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BWS monthly meetings

Our meetings will take place in in the Catholic Church Hall, Martin Street, Bishop’s Waltham, SO32 1DN on the customary third Thursday of the month at the usual time of 7.30pm. There is ample free parking available and we look forward to seeing you there.  Should there be any change to this situation, we will update this page with the relevant information and inform members via email.

Our 2024 programme is now available - Click here for more details.

 

Thursday 18th July

“British Prisoners of War in France 1803 – 1814".

Paul Chamberlain, a regular contributor to our meetings, and a writer and lecturer on the Napoleonic period, will talk about what life was like for British prisoners of war in the early 19th century.

at The Catholic Church Hall, Martin Street, Bishops Waltham

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THE EARLY HISTORY OF WALTHAM told in posters
by Tony Kippenberger

Bishop’s Waltham’s long history is showcased in a unique series of outdoor storyboards. 


The 10,000 year timeline covers the Stone Age to the destruction of the Bishop’s Palace during the Civil War, and as a public exhibition it delivers a fascinating picture of the small market town in bite-sized portions. 

Click here for more details of each of the storyboards.

You can buy your own copy of all the posters of The Early History of Bishops Waltham for £5 at Sweet Corner, Studio 4, and the Museum.

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