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Museum mornings for the over 60s

Black and white photograph showing a single story building with chimneys, decorative collumned porch and crenellated roof.

A series of talks for the over 60s at Northampton Museum & Art Gallery

Thursday mornings 10.30-11.30am
Price includes refreshments. Advance booking essential.
£3 per talk
£12 series ticket

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Titanic, Ship of Dreams

Thursday 4 November

Speaker: Graham Hayes
The story of the greatest maritime disaster in history and some of the characters that were involved in the demise of
an icon of luxury.

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The Campaign of Naseby 1645

Thursday 18 November
Speaker: Mike Ingram
The battle of Naseby was probably the most important battle in English history after Hastings and resulted in the birth of democracy as we know it today. This talk looks why such an important battle takes
in the middle of quiet Northamptonshire countryside and how the battle itself unfolded.

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National Service - A Personal Experience

Thursday 2 December
Speaker: Roy Sharman
Over two million fit young men were conscripted into the armed forces between 1945 to 1960. Luck would dictate your experience, good, bad, or otherwise.

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The Camera Does Lie

Thursday 16 December
Speaker: Tony Brewer
A fun lecture in which Tony Brewer will show images and the audience decides if the picture is real or false.

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