Camberley Adult Education Centre, France Hill Drive, Camberley, GU15 3QBFor map click here.
Co-ordinator: Lesley HallEmail: email@example.com
Third Wednesday of the month
Doors open at 7pm. Meeting starts at 7.30pm.
|Wed||18||Sep||7.30 pm||My Most Interesting Ancestor||Informal Meeting|
|Wed||16||Oct||7.30 pm||Droughts, Deluges and Dust Devils||Ian Currie|
|Wed||20||Nov||7.30 pm||Researching House History||Philip Gorton|
|Wed||18||Dec||7.30 pm||No meeting|
September 18 2019Informal Meeting - My Most Interesting Ancestor
While researching our predecessors, we often find someone who has done something unexpected, had an unusual job, experienced unusual relationships, or just lived a life that would not happen today. We would all love to hear about them - please bring a contribution that you can tell people about (or that someone can read for you), pictures and memorabilia welcome.
October 16Ian Currie - Droughts, Deluges and Dust Devils
Ian is a weatherman, broadcaster and author and his talk will take you through several centuries of weather with particular reference to SE England. Find out when there were 4 metre high snowdrifts in Oxford Street, London or hailstones bigger than cricket balls in Sussex, when the Straits of Dover were blocked with ice, the sea froze to the horizon off the north Kent coast and people traversed Southampton Water and a tornado ripped through Guildford. The Weather never ceases to astound and amaze both ourselves and our ancestors.
November 20Philip Gorton - Researching House History
Philip's business is to discover the history behind people's houses, and he will share how to uncover the story of your house and the people who lived there, and which resources and records can be used.