The Society regularly gets posters and flyers from other organisations anda volunteer has kindly summarised these for members' interest.Events around the country
Society of Genealogists, London
The Society is always looking for new volunteers to work at home or in theSociety's premises, to be involved in library service, helping new membersand visitors and in project work.
Volunteers can work on a regular basis,project work or occasionally.
Anyone interested in assisting in the
running of the Society should contact the Society.
By post: Society of Genealogists, 14 Charterhouse Buildings, Goswell Road, London. EC1M 7BATel: 020 7251 8799email: firstname.lastname@example.org
===========Wellcome Library for the History & Understanding of Medicine
Annual Closed week from 13.00 on Saturday 27 June until 09.30 on Monday 4 July
210 Euston Road, London, NW1 2BE; tel: 020 7611 8722email: email@example.com
===========Suffolk Records Society
Invitation to the 43rd AGM and the launch of volume 48
"Stutter's Casebook: A Junior Hospital Doctor, 1839-1841"
Date: Thursday 30 June 2005 at 7.30 pm
Venue: Memorial Social Centre, Thorns Corner, Wickhambrook
After the brief business meeting the editors, Dr E. Cockayne and Mr N. Stowwill introduce the volume.
Information; Gwyn Thomas (Hon Secretary), Suffolk Record Office, 77Raingate St. Bury St Edmunds IP33 2AR
===========Havering Branch of the East of London FHS
Talk " Call the Midwife" Jennifer Worth
Date: Saturday 2 July 2005 from 2 pm to 4 pmVenue: The Trinity Church Hall, Upminster (entrance in Gaynes Road)Bookstall, Library, Help, Advice, RefresmentsVisitors welcome - £1.50 donationComputer Group meeting starts at 11 am with a "Q &A" session until 12.00and from 12.00 until 1.15 pm
===========Royal College of PhysiciansPublic Open Day
Date: Saturday 9 July 2005 from 11 am - 4 pm
Venue: 11 St Andrews Place, Regents Park, London, NW1 4LE
There will be opportunities to participate in debates on health issues, hands-on activities, interactive talks.
"Medical education & Training - from student to consultant",
"history of the College & the role of physicians through the years"
Displays & exhibits
More information: tel: 020 7935 1174 ext 560
===========The Jewish Museum
"Closing the Door to Immigrants? Immigrants to Britain 1905 - 2005"
An Exhibition to mark the centenary of the 1905 Aliens Act
Date: 23 March - 21 August 2005 Mon-Thurs 10am-5pm
Venue: Raymond Burton House, 129-131 Albert Street,
Camden Town, London NW1
Cost: Adults £3.50, Senior Citizens £2.50, Children/Students £1.50, FamilyTicket £8, Museum friends freeTel: 020 7284 1997http://www.jewishmuseum.org.uk/
===========Jewish Genealogy Workshops
on Sunday 10th July & Sunday 16 Oct 4pm-6pm
Venue: The Jewish Museum,
The Sternberg Centre, 80 East End Road, Finchley N3 2SY
Tel: 020 8349 1143
Cost: Adults £2, concessions £1, Museum friends free
Bring your family tree with you; The Society's basic reference books are available for consultation.
===========Library & Museum of Freemasonry
Exhibition "Elegance & Splendour of Freemason's Hall"
Date: 19 -29 July 2005
Venue: Dragon Hall, Stukely Street, Covent Garden
Date: 22 Aug - 16 Dec 2005
Venue: Library & Museum, Freemason's Hall, Great Queen St, London WC2B 5AZ
A catalogue of material available at the museum can be found on the searchable website www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/a2a
===========Surrey Record Society
Annual General Meeting
Date: 27 july 2005 at 7.00 pm
Venue: Surrey History Centre, Goldsworth Road, Woking
From 6.30 pm refreshments will be available in the foyer
R.S.V.P. to the Hon Secretary c/o Surrey History Centre, Goldsworth Road,Woking GU21 6ND tel: 01483 518754
===========Powys FHS Local and Family History Fair
Date: Saturday 6 August 2005 10.00 am - 4 pm
Venue: The Flash Leisure Centre, Welshpool, Montgomeryshire
More information: Phil Bufton, Fairs Co-ordinator, Powys FHS, 3 Cagebrook Ave, Hunderton, Hereford HR2 7AS
Tel: 01432 355 723 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
===========Bridport Salutes the Home Front
60th Anniversary of V-FOR-VICTORY - The 1940s House Special Event
Date: 14th August 2005 10.00 am - 5.00 pm Military vehicle display in SouthStreet
11.00 am Veterans' Parade & Service in St Mary's Church
Dig for Victory Garden,
The British Restaurant,
Make Do & Mend
At Bridport Town Hall 30 July - 14 August 2005
More information tel: 01308 458061
Ruskin College, OxfordInternational inter-disciplinary Public History Conference
Date: Friday - Saturday 16/17 September 2005
The first international public history conference to be held in Britain bringing together public and community historians, museum curators, archivists, artists and activists.Over 50 workshop presentations including family history.
Enquiries to: Melanie Reynolds Ruskin College, Walton Street, Oxford OX1 2HE
===========International Society for British Genealogy & Family History
5th Annual British Institute
Date: 9 - 14 October 2005 Venue: Salt Lake City
Welsh Research - Intermediate 1858 back to the early 1600s;
British Isles Research: Solving Problems & Research Strategies; Instructor
Genevolve: Organisation & Analysis of Your Genealogical Research -Beginning to intermediate;
Instructors James K. Jeffrey & Ann Lisa Pearson
On line registration form can be found at http://www.isbgfh.org
A brochure on the institute can be requested by writing to:The British Institute, P.O. Box 350459, Westminster, CO 80035-0459, USA
Cranfield University School of Management -"Women as Leaders Workshop"
Designed to help women manager to fulfil significant leadership roles in their organisations.
Date: 24-26 October 2005
Venue: Cranfield Management Development Ltd,
Cranfield, Bedford, MK 43 0AL
More information: tel 01234 751122
===========West Surrey FHS Open Day
Date: Saturday 5 November 2005-06-17
Venue: Woking Leisure Centre,
Kingfield Rd, Woking 10 am to 4.30 pm
Free parking, refreshments, free admission
Ruskin College, OxfordMA in Public History - Unique in Britain
A 2 year part time or full time course involving one late afternoon/evening a week.
Themes cover different approaches to Public History using the visual in History, Oral History, Time & Memory.
Topics include heritage, family history and collecting
Ruskin College, Walton Street, Oxford OX1 2HEEnquiries: email: email@example.com
Tel; 01865 310 713
==========="A Place in the Sun"
People Places Businesses Occupations in Regency London"
More than 50,000 early 19th century insurance policies issued by the Sun Fire Office are indexed on Access to Archives website www.a2a.org.uk
The policy registers can be consulted in Guildhall Library Manuscript Section, Aldermanbury, London EC2P 2EJmanuscripts.firstname.lastname@example.org
For further information about the
Place in the Sun indexing project visithttp://www.londonarchiveusers.org.uk/
Please contact the numbers shown, not the Society ~ Ghttp://www.sog.org.uk
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