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Feb
10
Wed
Society Lecture (Zoom) – The David Parr House: an extraordinary Cambridge Home, Tamsin Wimhurst @ Zoom Meeting Room
Feb 10 @ 7:30 pm – 9:45 pm

The David Parr House: An extraordinary Cambridge Home: Tamsin Wimhurst

Tamsin has had a career in museums and education, but achieved fame for her work in enabling the preservation and restoration of the David Parr House, the managing charity of which she is founder and Trustee. She will tell us the story of how she discovered this remarkable house hiding in the back streets of Cambridge, uncovered its story as the home of a decorator artist for some of the best known designers of his day. Tamsin achieved her aim of opening the house up to the public so that many more can enjoy its unique atmosphere. For more information about the house see the website David Parr House

Details of how to access the Zoom Meeting Room will be sent to all members a week prior to the meeting.

The lecture is open to all non members. If you wish to attend the online lecture please contact David Smith by email at info@huntslhs.org.uk and he will send you the Zoom link details. 

 

Mar
10
Wed
Society Lecture (Zoom) – Lessons of the Ermine Street Excavation: Reassessing Medieval Huntingdon, Chris Thatcher @ Zoom Meeting Room
Mar 10 @ 7:30 pm – 9:45 pm

Lessons of the Ermine Street Excavation: Reassessing Medieval Huntingdon

Chris Thatcher, Project Officer, Oxford Archaeology East, who came to talk to the Society in 2013 when the Ermine Street dig had just finished, returns to give us the results of post-excavation work and put it in context of our understanding of medieval Huntingdon.

 

Details of how to access the Zoom Meeting Room will be sent to all members a week prior to the meeting.

The lecture is open to all non members. If you wish to attend the online lecture please contact David Smith by email at info@huntslhs.org.uk and he will send you the Zoom link details.