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Cambridge IAS – The Hurst Park Estate

Cambridge Museum of Technology The Old Pumping Station, Cheddars Lane, Cambridge

Rachel Aucott and Jim Smith will present an industrial history of the Cambridge suburb of the “Hurst Park Estate”. This will range from its connection with the Cambridge Instrument Company,

Free

Yorkshire IHS – Warships to Spaceships

The Friends Meeting House 188 Woodhouse Lane, Leeds

Chris Henderson, Trustee of the Barnes Wallis Foundation will give a talk: Warships to Spaceships - The Life and Work of Sir Barnes Wallis Unfortunately the shadow of covid still

Cambridge IAS – Port Victoria, Isle of Grain

Cambridge Museum of Technology The Old Pumping Station, Cheddars Lane, Cambridge

The Isle of Grain in Kent is a mysterious place at the best of times, and equally mysteriously the remains of an old Isle of Grain railway station, "Port Victoria”,

Free

Yorkshire IHS – An Introduction to Modern Military Archaeology

The Friends Meeting House 188 Woodhouse Lane, Leeds

Roger Thomas, Historic England's military history specialist will give a talk: An Introduction to the Modern Military Archaeology of the North York Moors Unfortunately the shadow of covid still hangs

Yorkshire IHS – Joseph Aspdin’s Patent Portland Cement

The Friends Meeting House 188 Woodhouse Lane, Leeds

Professor Ian Richardson, School of Civil Engineering, Leeds University will give a talk: Joseph Aspdin’s Patent Portland Cement Unfortunately the shadow of covid still hangs over us and we can't

Yorkshire IHS – AGM and members’ presentations

The Friends Meeting House 188 Woodhouse Lane, Leeds

Note earlier than usual start time Annual General Meeting followed by a series of short presentations from members. Unfortunately the shadow of covid still hangs over us and we can't