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Talks: Academic Year 2021-2022



 

Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, regrettably many of the talks below have now been postponed until 2021. Further details on re-arranged dates will follow in due course. Thank you for your patience during these trying times for us all.

 

If any society or group would be interested in a talk, or would like some further information, please fill out the contact form and I will get back to you.
 

2021

 

January 2021

 

Monday 18th January, Messages From the Dead: Exploring Funerary Architecture and Symbolism in the Burial Grounds, Churchyards and Cemeteries of Scotland. Galashiels U3A (Cancelled Due to Covid-19. New date to follow).

 

Wednesday 20th January, Messages from the Dead: Exploring Funerary Architecture and Symbolism in the Burial Grounds, Churchyards and Cemeteries of London. Willesden Local History Society, St. Mary's Parish Centre, Neasden Lane, NW10 2TS, 7.30p.m. (Cancelled Due to Covid-19. New date to follow)

 

Thursday 28th January, Messages from the Dead: Exploring Funerary Architecture and Symbolism in the Burial Grounds, Churchyards and Cemeteries of Ayrshire, Ayrshire Archaeology and Natural History Society, Ayr Town Hall, 7.30pm (Cancelled Due to Covid-19)


 

February 2021

 

Wednesday 10th February, Messages from the Dead: Exploring Funerary Architecture and Symbolism in the Burial Grounds, Churchyards and Cemeteries of West London. Acton History Group, Church Hall of St Mary's Church, Acton, 7.30pm (Cancelled Due to Covid-19)

 

Saturday 13th February, Messages from the Dead: Exploring Funerary Architecture and Symbolism in the Burial Grounds, Churchyards and Cemeteries of London. London Historical Association, Institute of Historical Research, Senate House, University of London, Malet Street, London WC1 7HU, 2 p.m.

 

Sunday 14th February, Death and Commemoration: A Guided Walk of the British Museum, 1p.m. (Cancelled Due to Covid-19 Lockdown. New Date to Follow in Due Course)

 

Tuesday 16th February, Messages from the Dead: Exploring Funerary Architecture and Symbolism in the Burial Grounds, Churchyards and Cemeteries of Edinburgh. Leith Local History Society, 7.30p.m. (Cancelled due to Covid-19 Lockdown. Re-arranged date to follow)

 

Saturday 20th February, Death and Commemoration: A Guided Walk of the National Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh, 1.p.m. (Cancelled Due to Covid-19. New Date to Follow)


 

March 2021

 

Saturday 6th March, Victorian Splendours: A Guided Walk of Tomnahurich Cemetery, Inverness, Scotland, 11.00a.m. (Cancelled due to Covid-19 Lockdown. Re-arranged dates to follow in due course)

 

Tuesday 9th March, Messages from the Dead: Exploring Funerary Architecture and Symbolism in the Burial Grounds, Churchyards and Cemeteries of Scotland, Montrose Natural History and Antiquarian Society, Montrose Museum, 7.30pm (Cancelled Due to Covid-19)

 

December 2021

 

Thursday 9th December, 2021: Messages from the Dead: Exploring Funerary Architecture and Symbolism in the Burial Grounds, Churchyards and Cemeteries of Scotland. Dunfermline Historical Society, Dunfermline Abbey Church Hall, Abbey Park, Dunfermline 

 

Monday 13th December, 2021: Messages from the Dead: Exploring Funerary Architecture and Symbolism in the Burial Grounds and Cemeteries on the Isle of Skye. Kyleakin Local History Society

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