Lectures will take place in the Parish Hall, Christ Church, Ealing Broadway. Please note that the November, January, February lectures will start at 2.00pm and the March – October lectures will start at 7.30pm.
Loop system available for those with hearing problems.
Lectures are free to members with a charge of £3 for visitors
May 7th 7.30 p.m – David Keen’s talk is entitled “Amy Wonderful”
He tells the story of Amy Johnson, the record breaking pilot and aeronautical engineer, using some of the images and the script which Amy herself used to raise funds following her remarkable solo flight from England to Australia in 1930.
June 11th 7.30pm – A.G.M. and Penelope Hines, National Trust speaker.
July 2nd 7.30pm – Captain William Wells – “London’s Liquid History”
A Master Mariner, former ship’s Captain and licensed Commercial Marine Pilot, Captain Wells ended his long career as the Senior River Pilot in the Port of London.
August 6th 7.30pm– Frank Weare – Mr. Weare spoke to us in May last year about the glories of the Nile and has agreed to come back with more tales of his travels.
September 3rd– 7.30pm– Mark Lewis – “Customs and traditions of the City of London”.