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LANGPORT & DISTRICT HISTORY SOCIETY

The Society's regular monthly talks programme resumes on Monday 5 September when Janet Few will speak on Ducking Stools, Dissenters, Debtors and Drunks: crime and punishment in the seventeenth century.
It is free to members (annual membership of £12 is due in September): nonmembers are welcome; admission £2, including refreshments.

Our remaining talks in 2016:
3 October 2016 AGM, followed by Neil Eddiford. The history of the long bow
7 November 2016 Kay Townsend. The history of the dodgems

Anyone interested in joining the Society should contact Sue Standen (01458 273471, suzannestanden471@btinternet.com).

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