Programme of Visits 2018
Saturday 24 February: 2.00pm
Talk about the Steam Tug Brent, Venue: Chelmsford Museum. Cost £2.00pp to members and £3.00pp to non-members, including refreshments.
Saturday 10 March: 1.00pm
Morant Lecture: Millennium Tour of Clacton, followed by a talk by George Hardwick Venue: Pier Avenue Baptist Church Clacton on Sea Including refreshments. Cost £5.00pp members, £6.00pp non-members
Saturday 14 April: 11.00am
Tour of Castle Point Transport Museum Canvey Island, including refreshments. Cost £5.00pp
Saturday 19 May: 11.00am
Tour and Refreshment package Roman Circus House Colchester £12.50pp (min of 10)
Saturday 9 June: 2.00pm
AGM at Hill Farm Gestingthorpe. A visit to the farm museum and refreshments will be available afterwards.
Thursday 5 July: 10.30am
Tour of Rayne Hall and church in Rayne Braintree. Cost £10.00pp (max16)
Saturday 18 August: 2.00pm
Tour of Pentlow Hall, Church and Water Mill. Including refreshments. Cost £5.00pp
Saturday 22 September: 10.30pm
Tour Historic Harwich and Redoubt Fort. All day visit, Lunch not included. Cost £5.00pp
Sunday 7 October: 12.30pm for 1pm
Morant Lunch: at the Swan Hotel in Maldon Max 28-30 Cost £25 pp Speaker: Tim Howson on the Swan Hotel. Bookings by 9 September please.
Saturday 3 November: 10.00am-4.30pm
History & Archaeology Symposium: Venue Christ Church URC Chelmsford. Costs £10.00pp including buffet lunch and refreshments.
Saturday 10 November: 11.00am
Essex Industrial Archaeology Group (EIAG) Annual Meeting at Colne Valley Railway, including a study day. Non-members £2.00pp.
Further details of all events and availability are available from the Excursions Secretary, Mr. Graham Gould, 16 Osborne Road, Leyton, E10 5QW. All events to be booked via the Excursion Secretary at least 10 days prior to the event. Please enclose a stamped addressed envelope for each event, for maps and other instructions if you do not want these by email. Cheques should be made payable to the Essex Society for Archaeology and History. If there are any transport issues in attending these events, please contact the Programme Secretary.
The visits on the Society's programme are open to members and associate members only. The Society can accept no liability for loss or injury sustained by members attending any of its programmed events. Members are asked to take care when visiting old buildings or sites and to alert others to any obvious risks. Please respect the privacy of those who invite us into their homes.