Future Events

 

2020
 06th March – “Walking the Zambezi” – talk and illustrations by David Lemon  CANCELLED — due to COVID-19 and closure of Village Hall due to lockdown — re-arranged 10th June 2022
12th June –  “Belgian Refugees in Devon during WWI” – illustrated talk by Ciaran Stoker
CANCELLED — due to COVID-19 and closure of Village Hall due to lockdown
11th September (AGM) – “The Fair Arm Of The Law” – illustrated and humorous talk by former Police Officer Simon Dell
CANCELLED
— due to COVID-19 and closure of Village Hall due to lockdown — re-arranged 09th September 2022
04th December – “Snowdrops, Christianity and St Raphael’s Victorian School” illustrated talk by Hexworthy Church Warden Tony Parker
CANCELLED — due to COVID-19 and closure of Village Hall due to lockdown — rearranged 02nd December 2022

2021
05th March – “Weirdest Buildings of the West Country”illustrated talk by Robert Hesketh
CANCELLED
— due to COVID-19 and closure of Village Hall due to lockdown — rearranged 03rd March 2023

11th June – “Folklore of bygone Devon – anecdotes from the nineteenth century”A light hearted look at the folklore of Devon, an illustrated and humorous talk by Phil Badcott
CANCELLED— due to COVID-19 and closure of Village Hall due to lockdown — re-arranged
09th June 2023

10th September (AGM)“Topic tbc”talk and illustrations by Dr Todd Gray
03rd December – “Snowdrops, Christianity and St Raphael’s Victorian School” – illustrated talk by Hexworthy Church Warden Tony Parker

2022
04th March – “Shipwrecks in Torbay”illustrated talk by Nick Pannel
10th June –  “Walking the Zambezi”- talk and illustrations by David Lemon 
09th September (AGM) “The Fair Arm Of The Law” – illustrated and humorous talk by former Police Officer Simon Dell
02nd December – “Christmas on Dartmoor” –  informative & illustrated talk by Paul Rendell

2023
03rd March – “Weirdest Buildings of the West Country”illustrated talk by Robert Hesketh

09th June – “Folklore of bygone Devon – anecdotes from the nineteenth century” – A light hearted look at the folklore of Devon, an illustrated and humorous talk by Phil Badcott

 

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