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Saturday, 19 January 2019

Are you interested in the history of the village?


Milford on Sea is a fascinating village, with a fascinating history - and it is easy for you to find out more.

The Milford on Sea Historical Record Society meet throughout the year at All Saints' Church Hall at 7.45pm and newcomers are always welcome. Annual membership is just £10 per year and this invites you to all talks and special events.

Take a look at the Milford-on Sea Historical Record Society Programme 2019 below, and then pop along:

Thursday 31st January Annual General Meeting followed by update on ‘Cornwallis/Peyton Commemorations’ by Chris Hobby & Chris Sanders

Thursday 28th March ‘Nelson and Trafalgar 1805’ a talk with local interest by Commodore Adrian Munns OBE RN (Ret’d)

Thursday 30th May ‘Calshot—a place in time’ An illustrated talk on the History of Calshot by Colin Van Geffen.

Friday & Saturday 5th & 6th July Cornwallis/Peyton Commemorations — Summer Festival
and Service of Dedication to Commemorate the 200th Anniversary of the Death of Admiral Sir William Cornwallis. Full details will be announced nearer the time.

Thursday 26th September ‘Our Ancestors and their lives in Dorset’ an illustrated talk by
Paul Cheetham, Senior Lecturer in Forensic Archaeology at Bournemouth University.

Thursday 28th November ‘Thomas Budd, the Vanishing Vicar’ an illustrated talk about Milford Church during the Civil War by Chris Saunders.

Meetings take place at All Saints Church Hall, Milford on Sea at 7:45 p.m.
Complimentary coffee or tea or soft drinks will be available from 7.15 p.m.


Milford on Sea Historical Record Society
www.milfordhistory.org.uk


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