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“SOME RUDE MONUMENTS OF A CURIOUS KIND”. An antiquarian’ view of Dartmoor. Speaker Jane Marchand. Members and non-members will be made most welcome. Please come along and join us for what will surely be a most enjoyable and entertaining evening. Refreshments will be served from 7pm. Wednesday 20th March 2019, 7.30 pm Lustleigh Village Hall.
Parish Council AGM. The countdown to the Parish Council AGM has begun. The date is Wednesday 27th March 2019. The venue is the Village Hall. The start time is 7.30pm. For those who have attended before, you will know that it is a fun and informative evening that finishes off with cheese and wine. At least part of that sentence is true. For those who haven’t been before, you have no idea what fun you are missing. Make 2019 the…
The Lustleigh Garden Society Spring Show. The time is coming for our annual Spring Show. Soon we will be putting programs in as many doors as possible but if we miss you, they will be available at the Village Stores. You will find your entry form and number inside the Show Program, exhibiting is free, so put in as many entries as you like. The more we get, the better the show. If you have never entered before, have a…
A Table Top Sale and Coffee Morning in order to raise funds. To book a table, contact Wendy or Irene.
Exploring Eastern Dartmoor in the age of The Black Death. Speaker - Dr David Stone. The talk explores the local evidence for the impact of the Black Death of 1348-9, which nationally caused the death of nearly half the population. The talk looks first at what life was like on Eastern Dartmoor on the eve of the Black Death, before focusing on the nature and passage of the disease, and its efforts on the local economy and society in the…
WILD DAYS AND MEDIEVAL KNIGHTS. Speaker: ANDREW COOPER. A biologist and anthropologist by training, Andrew’s talk tells an extraordinary story and is a saga that takes you from prehistoric to present day featuring a secret valley in South Devon.
THE CATHEDRAL YARD FIRE & RESEARCHING EXETER’S ANCIENT BUILDINGS. Speaker: Dr TODD GRAY. During renovations to the Clarence Hotel and adjacent buildings following the fire of October 2016 many new and extremely interesting points have come to light.
WILD AND WONDROUS. Speaker: LEE BRAY. This talk will focus on the changing perceptions and interpretations of Dartmoor’s prehistory.
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Facilities now include: Free WiFi throughout. Card Payments can now be accepted for your Event - contact the Secretary for details.