7.30pm Mon 2nd Oct 2017
After a short AGM, Brian Phelps will give a talk on Gypsy caravans. Doors open 7pm. Free to members of the Langport & District History Society. Non-members very welcome, £2.
The Langport & District History Society is dedicated to raising awareness of the history of Langport and the surrounding areas. We do this by organising a programme of talks, and arranging visits and other activities of interest to our members.
Our talks are held in Langport Library, Whatley, Langport. They start at 7.30pm, usually on the first Monday in the month, the exceptions being Bank Holidays, when we meet a week later, and July and August when we don't meet. Visitors are very welcome and are asked to pay £2.00 per meeting.
Annual membership of the Society is £12.00 per person. All members receive a copy of our annual collection of local history articles, Level Talk (one per household). If you would like to join the Society, please contact our Secretary, Sue Standen by phone — 01458 273471 or email — firstname.lastname@example.org
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