Next Meeting

14 September   
Promenade Snaps
-A history of the walking Photography
                                                     of Lowestoft and Gt Yarmouth                                                           
- Paul Godfrey
Lowestoft Archaeological and Local History Society
Copyright © 2008 Terry Weatherley. All Rights Reserved.
Lowestoft Archaeological and Local History Society
Evening talks and outing programme
2017 PROGRAMME continued

14 September    Promenade Snaps -A history of the walking Photography of Lowestoft and Gt Yarmouth                                                            - Paul Godfrey

28 September    Story of East Anglian Alms- houses - Sarah Doig

12 October    Bendy Caravans and Everlasting Pens - A Portrait of Evered Wigg - a film by Nick Brown of         Kessingland and The Kinnodrome Cinema                    

26 October    Burgh Castle - Findings from Archaeological test pits  - Dave and Hazel Leese

9 November    Witchcraft in East Anglia - Ivan Bunn

23 November    The Reconstruction of Medieval Lowestoft - David Butcher

2018 PROGRAMME
25 January    Even more Churches and their treasures - Terry Weatherley

8 February    Forgotten Entertainers: 19th Century Performers and Development of popular culture
                                             - Gareth Davies

22 February    Covehithe - Paul Durbidge

8 March    Lost Victorian Lowestoft - Robert Jarvis

22 March    Up before the 'Beak' - a 19th century criminal - Janis Kirby

26 April     Anglo-Saxon Archaeology at Hartismere High School Eye     - Jo Caruth

10 May       The Search for Thomas Alert - Louise Kennedy

24 May        Annual General Meeting.  All Members are invited to attend
June TBA    To be announced at meetings. Possibly an evening outing or church visit, with optional meal to             follow.

Note:- Most meetings are held in the South Lowestoft Methodist Church Hall, at the corner of London Road South and Carlton Road, starting at 7.30pm. Entry is by the door on the London Road South side of the building. Occasionally we visit other venues and those details will be announced at Society meetings.