PROGRAMME OF MEETINGS 2013
Friday evening 15th March - the Morant Lecture, ‘On the Move: the Travels of a Noble Household in the fourteenth century’, by Jennifer Ward, at 7.30pm in The Chelmsford Museum, Chelmsford, followed by tea. Cost £5.00 (Society Book stall will be available)
Saturday afternoon 6 April - visit to Colchester Castle, guided tour at 12 noon, Cost £10.00. Max number 32
Saturday afternoon 18th May – Pleshey Castle - Talk and tour of the castle led by Nick Wickendon, at 1pm.. Cost £8.00 including refreshments in the Church
Saturday afternoon 15th June - AGM 2pm in the Holy Trinity Church, Littlebury, followed by a talk by the Friends. Cream Tea provided at a cost of £5.00.p p
Sunday 14th July - visit to Valentine Mansion. Tour of the house and grounds 12 noon. Max 20 people Cost £6.00. Tea House open. (If over-subscribed, a further date will be arranged)
Sunday 18th August - visit to Hedingham Castle. Meet at 2 pm. Cost £10.00 Tea Rooms open.
Saturday 14th September - visit to Little Dunmow Church for a walk and talk . Meet at 2pm. Cost £8.00. To include refreshments.
Sunday 6th October (Revd. Philip Morant’s Birth Date) - the Morant lunch at Mulberry House High Ongar, 12.30 for 1pm. After lunch speaker is Anne Padfield. Cost £27.00. Bookings with payment to be made by 6th September.
Saturday 16th November 2013 – 2 pm Chelmsford Museum. Lecture and demonstration on Flint Knapping Cost £ 6.00 including refreshments. (There will be items for sale)
Monday 10th February 2014 6pm Back room tour of Essex Record Office Cost £6.00 Max 20 people ( If over subscribed, a further date will be arranged)
Further details of all events are available from the Excursions Secretary, Dr Graham Gould, 16 Osborne Road, Leyton, E10 5QW.
The visits on the Society's programme are open to members and associate members only. The Society can accept no liability for loss or injury sustained by members attending any of its programmed events. Members are asked to take care when visiting old buildings or sites and to alert others to any obvious risks. Please respect the privacy of those who invite us into their homes.