Programme for 2018



Unless otherwise stated, Meetings are held at 7.30pm on the second Thursday of the month, in the Wesley Hall, School Road, Elmswell, IP30 9EE

 

11th January
Geoff Clarke:  Cine films of “Suffolk from the Air” and “A Walk Round East Anglia”

 

8th February
Martyn Taylor:  “Have You Noticed these Bury St Edmunds’ signs and symbols?”

 

8th March
Mark Mitchels:  “The Rise & Fall of the East Anglian Herring”

 

12th April          *EHG’s 18th Anniversary Meeting*
Nick Amor:  “Suffolk Clothier in the reign of Henry VII”

 

10th May              *July tickets for sale*
Joan Munden:  “Nadine’s Story in the Special Operations Executive  (WW2’s  S.O.E.)”

 

14th June              *July tickets for sale* 7pm – A.G.M.,
then  Bob Webb:  “The History of the East Suffolk Railway”

 

SATURDAY, 7th July – 10am start, coach leaving Wesley Hall at 9am
Annual Outing – Guided Tour of Hadleigh Guildhall & St Mary’s Church
Cost – £5 for EHG member or £7 for non-member – includes coach transport and light refreshments.        More details and Tickets for sale at May and June’s meetings or from Keith Harvey, 01359-241990.

 

13th September      *Annual Subs due*                                                                                                                          Mark Mitchels: “Edward Fitzgerald & the Woodbridge Wits”

 

11th October             *Dec tickets on sale*                                                                                                      Mervyn Russen: “The First Railway to Ipswich & Beyond”

 

8th November           *Dec tickets on sale*                                                                                                       Kelvin Dakin: “The History of local company, Fisons”

 

13th December            *Advance-purchased tickets only – none on the door*                                                Penland Phezants: “The True Story of Hereward the Wake of Ely”                                                                 –  an entertaining evening of 90 minutes of words and traditional folk music.                                                                    Light seasonal refreshments will be served.