Due to Covid-19 social distancing practices, we are delivering our talks by Zoom Webinar. To join these talks, you need to
1) register your intention in advance
2) receive our confirmation email with a link to the talk
3) click on that link to attend the talk 10 minutes before it starts
LHG Members can attend our talks for free. We will send members emails with a link to Zoom registration. Then please follow steps 1, 2, and 3 as above.
Non-members can buy a ticket (£4) from TicketSource. The ticket will provide a link to Zoom registration. Then please follow steps 1, 2, and 3 as above.
Next talk: Monday 8 March 2021, 7:30pm – Romano-British Settlements in the Lower Ouse Valley
The Lewes History Group presents public talks on the 2nd Monday of each month. We invite speakers who address particular topics of interest, and we list the talks below. Research project meetings are held periodically. These meetings are for members working on research projects, and for those considering starting a project or participating in a current project. The aim of the meetings is to review progress and develop expertise. We also arrange courses in research skills and use of resources.
Invited presentations scheduled for January – December 2021
|Monday 11 January 2021||Chris Taylor||The Mill Road Street Story|
|Monday 8 February 2021||Geoff Mead||Source to Sea: the River Ouse|
|Monday 8 March 2021||David Rudling||Romano-British Settlements in the Lower Ouse Valley|
|Monday 12 April 2021||Sue Berry||Lewes and the Country Gentry c1640-1830: politics, leisure and patronage|
|Monday 10 May 2021||.||.|
|Monday 14 June 2021||.||.|
|Monday 9 August 2021||.||.|
|Monday 13 September 2021||.||.|
|Monday 11 October 2021||.||.|
|Monday 8 November 2021||.||.|
|Monday 13 December 2021||.||.|