Forthcoming History Events
Updated: 7th May 2013
|Sun 6 Oct||3.00pm - 5.00pm||Public History Talks (1 of 3)|
|Sun 3 Nov||3.00pm - 5.00pm||Public History Talks (2 of 3)|
|Sun 1 Dec||3.00pm - 5.00pm||Public History Talks (3 of 3)|
Delegates from the FoSJP History Research Group met on Tuesday 5th and Tuesday 19th March with a team from Shirley Infant School and Shirley Junior School. Proposals are being developed to collate the Shirley Schools Centenary information into a celebration book.
A fifth series of FoSJP History Autumn Talk Series starts in October - confirmed speakers and topics to follow. See the Public History Talks section on our Shirley Heritage Project page for more information.
|Visit our Park History page to learn about the history of St.James' Park, and visit our History Past Events page to find out about history‑related events in and around the Park.|
|For more information on forthcoming History events or the Shirley Heritage Project, contact our History Coordinator, Michaela Lawler‑Levene, via firstname.lastname@example.org.|
Local History Events
Updated: 11th June 2013
Those of you with an interest in local history might like to know about the following non‑FoSJP events in and around Southampton.
|Sun 16 Jun||2.00pm - 3.30pm||FREE Guided Walk - Common Ground
Departs from the Hawthorn Centre, Southampton Common, at 2.00pm
A walk looking at the "rights of common" and what the Common was used for in Tudor times.
Walk Leader: Dr Mary South
A Tudor Revels event
|Sun 7 Jul
Mon 8 Jul
|7.30pm||The Sarah Siddons Fan Club - "Hedge End Storyberries"
An historical dramatic production
Commissioned as part of the Hedge End Carnival, and set in and around St.John's Church, St.John's Road, Hedge End.
Ticket information 023 8086 2882
|Sun 14 Jul||10.00am - 3.00pm||FREE Guided Walk - Old Town Immersive Walk
A special extended walk departing from the Bargate at 10.00am
A walk looking at the whole medieval and Tudor town, visiting walls, vaults, and churches. Bring a packed lunch as there will be a pause for a picnic at Town Quay Park midway through the day.
A Tudor Revels event