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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[...]
6:00 am
The face of the countryside as we know it is being changed and rural communities like ours must adapt to accommodate the need for more homes to be built in our part of the world.[...]
Dorchester on thames village hall
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
12:00 am
Flower Festival in Dorchester Abbey: 28-30 Sep 2018 A spectacular flower festival in Dorchester Abbey by the Berks, Bucks and Oxon Area of NAFAS. Entitled ‘Footsteps – Journeys of the Soul’ the festival will include[...]
Dorchester Abbey
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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