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Guildford Leatherhead

Visits, Extra Meetings & AGM

2019
Saturday 13 April SERIAC 2019 - South East Regional Industrial Archaeology Conference
Annual one-day conference at Dartford
Hosted by Kent Archaeological Society (KAS)
Saturday 27 July @ 14:00 - SIHG AGM + Conservation Award Ceremony
Bluebird Room, Brooklands Museum.
Enter by Campbell Gate, marked ‘JTI Members Hill’, (SatNav KT13 0QU)
Please contact Bob Bryson, 01483 577809 or meetings@sihg.org.uk for details

Lecture Course at Guildford 2019-2020

The 44th Series of Industrial Archaeology Lectures

   Previous Meetings

Print programme & application form

Tuesdays 19:30 - 21:30
Church House Guildford, 20 Alan Turing Road, Guildford GU2 7YF [map]

  8 October 2019
Sopwith through the Great War
Chris Farara, The Hawker Association
22 October 2019
Military Archaeology of the National Trust Surrey Estates
Tom Dommett, National Trust Regional Archaeologist
  4 November 2019
  Monday
Hearth & Home: Vernacular Building Materials of South East England
Dr Geoffrey Mead, University of Sussex
19 November 2019
One Thames or Two? The Archaeology of London’s River
Jon Cotton, Surrey Archaeological Society
  3 December 2019
RAE Farnborough - 100 Years of Aviation Research, Development & Innovation
Dr Graham Rood, Curator Farnborough Air Sciences Trust (FAST)
17 December 2019
Members’ Talks Evening - (free)
Short talks by members plus refreshments and a chance to meet others


  7 January 2020
A Drop of the Hard & the Soft Stuff - a Century of Brewing
& Mineral Water Making in Bury Street, Guildford
David Rose, local historian and writer
21 January 2020
The Zeppelin Onslaught- Britain's Forgotten Blitz
Ian Castle, Member of the Airship Heritage Trust
  4 February 2020
The History of Westland Aircraft & Reminiscences of an Apprentice
Bill McNaught, retired aerospace & defence industry managing director
18 February 2020
Industrial History at the Mills Archive
Ron & Mildred Cookson, The Mills Archive Trust
  3 March 2020
Sentinels of the Sea - The Amazing History of Light Houses
Mark Lewis, Member of the Association of Lighthouse Keepers


Information on Lecture Course 2019-2020

Enquiries to programme co-ordinator: Bob Bryson, email meetings@sihg.org.uk.
Read/print pdf: Programme Leaflet including form

Fees for the whole course:
Non-member £40 full fee, SyAS/SIHG member £35.

Single lectures at £5, payable on the night, are open to all.

There is easy parking and step-free access.


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