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Monthly Meetings

Here is our programme of monthly meetings. As soon as full details of each talk are announced they will be here, in the meantime, just the titles.

26 October
FROM MARCHING TO MULCHING
Refreshments: Family History
MAGGIE HAYNES, TUPPENNY BARN SOUTHBOURNE
Maggie will present to the members a potted history of the Tuppenny Barn Project that commenced in 2004. Now a thriving organic smallholding with Soil Association producer accreditation, the organization has recently received charity status. Turning a hectare of ground into a viable growing business is not for the feint hearted as you will hear.
Maggie will describe her growing experiences, including using the 'no dig' method, along with how she was able to build a sustainable education centre that took 6 years of fund raising resulting in a building that is now perceived very much as a 'beacon of sustainability' within the local community
23 November
FORENSIC DNA- FINGER PRINTING
Refreshments: Drawing/French
PETER GOLDFARB
25 January
CANINE PARTNERS MALCOLM WELLS
22 February
HOW WORLD WAR 1 ENDED- OR DID IT? PHILIP ROBINSON
24 June
THE FORGOTTEN HISTORY OF VACCINATION PATRICK PEAD
26 April
WILLIAM HOGARTH- HIS ART AND HIS WORLD BERNARD ALLEN

Unless otherwise advised monthly meetings are held on the 4th Thursday of the month at 2.00pm in St. James Parish Hall, Church Path, Emsworth. Past experience has shown that sometimes, for reasons beyond anyone's control, speakers and their subjects change. Any changes will appear on this web site first.