Calendar

7:30 pm
Professor Gregory Stores on: ‘Commemoration of the Deceased. Historical Aspects from Local Churches including Dorchester Abbey Commemorating the deceased in different ways and for various reasons seems to be a long-established practice. However, the archaeological[...]
Feb 3 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
2:00 pm
Saturday 3rd February the Master Builders Club are running one of their LEGO workshops from 2pm – 4pm. Come along and have fun! Ages 5-11
Dorchester on thames village hall
Feb 25 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
5:00 pm
Charity Musical Event In support of Footsteps Foundation Afternoon tea, coffee and delicious homemade cakes will be available as you listen in the beautiful Abbey
Dorchester Abbey
7:30 pm
Dr Katherine Clarke will talk about: Pandora, poets and party-animals: Representations of Women in the Ancient World Dr Katherine Clarke lives in Dorchester, and is in her twentieth year as Fellow and Tutor in Ancient[...]
7:30 pm
Professor Malcolm Airs ‘A Noble Plan that Failed: Pier Luigi and the Pitt Rivers Museum’. Dorchester Village Hall, 7.30pm. Members free, visitors £3
7:30 pm
Denise Line and Helen Russell ‘Back stories of Baptisms: customs and christening garments’. Dorchester Social History. Dorchester Village Hall, 7.30pm. Members free, visitors £3
7:30 pm
Robert Kidner ‘Farm Boys, Clowns and Gypsies: to include the art of Dame Laura Knight’. Dorchester Village Hall, 7.30pm. Members free, visitors £3
7:30 pm
Margot Metcalfe and Denise Line ‘Up the Street: the history of pubs, shops and businesses in Dorchester’. Dorchester Village Hall, 7.30pm. Members free, visitors £3
7:30 pm
Lisa Walker ‘A History of Women’s Rowing in Oxford’. Dorchester Village Hall, 7.30pm. Members free, visitors £3
7:30 pm
Colonel John Bridgeman (retd) ‘The Oxfordshire Hussars at the end of the Great War 1918’. Dorchester Abbey Guest House, 7.30pm. Members free, visitors £3
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