Friends of Lewes new season of talks, 2018-2019

The new season of events begins with the Lewes Heritage Open Days from Thursday to Sunday 6th – 9th September 2018, organised by the Friends of Lewes.

Saving Fitzroy House, Lewes“Saving Fitzroy House” is the subject of a talk by Eleanor Austin and Marcus Taylor on September 13th. This event will be at Trinity Church, Southover, at 7:45pm. (right)

In the centenary year of the Representation of the People Act 1918, Frances Stenlake will speak on “Women’s Suffrage in Lewes” on October 24th, at 7:45pm in the Town Hall Lecture Room.

On January 17th  Norman Baker, our former MP, will give a personal view of our town, “Lewes Looking Back and Looking Forward”, 7:45pm in the Town Hall lecture Room.

Provisional: February 13th will see an eco-themed evening with a number of speakers on themes including Litter-free Lewes, local water quality, and an update on our recent tree survey as part of the Urban Arboretum project. More details of this will be available later in the year.

Further events will be announced in due course.

See the Friends of Lewes Diary of Events for details