Talk by Joe Studman. A look at over 30 theaters and cinemas that once graced the borough. £3 per person.
Talk by Rachael Macdonald. This meeting will be followed by light refreshments and the Branch AGM. Historical Association talk. Non-members welcome, £1 each.
Talk by Caroline Raynor MCIfA, Principal Archaeologist HS2. Enfield Archaelogical Society talk. Non members welcome, £1.50 each.
Talk by Anne Johnson and John Wallington. Experience the Spanish Colonial influence and the Majan Heritage through views of local culture and archaelogical sites in the Guatemala and Yucatan peninsula of Mexico.
Talk by Roger Squires. An Edmonton Hundred Historical Society talk. Non members welcome £1 each.
Talk by Frank Bayford. Frank was Pharmacist at Chase Farm Hospital before retiring. This talk will carry on from part 1, (the Schools), relating how Chase Farm became a hospital during the war years, and its time as a busy General Hospital afterwards. Frank will talk about the hospital in the first half of the talk and then show slides.
Talk by Joe Studman. Possibly the most important enterprise in Enfield’s history and a dominant factor for 150 years. £3 per person.
Talk by Professor Melvyn Stokes (University College, London). An Historical Association talk. Non members welcome, £1 each.
Helen Fry has written numerous books on the Second World War with particular reference to British intelligence and espionage. She has appeared frequently in documentaries and on radio and is Deputy Chair and a Trustee of Trent Park Museum Trust. Helen will be signing copies of her brand-new book The Walls have Ears.
There will also an opportunity to view the Second World War exhibition after hours. Tickets: £5 per person.