A night to remember… ‘Jellicoe 100’ at the St Pancras Old church. Join us at this Fundraiser for our museum.
Please let all know – all we need is a “like”.Thanks for your support for our quest for a local ‘museum’! We’ve kicked off our project – have a look and please register to add “LIKE” to this page: www.spacehive.com/peoplesmuseumsomerstown big thank you for those who have done so!If you haven’t, please do – there’s a… Continue reading Thanks for your ‘likes’!
We’re working with Edith Neville Primary School in 2021 on their local Citizen Programme co-curating an exhibition. As we are all in lockdown, the history club is starting a ‘Story hour‘. We have different themes: Housing and Basil Jellicoe Edith Neville Gilbert Bayes Art in everyday life Mary Wollstonecraft – Women and Education Elizabeth Garrett Anderson… Continue reading Story hour online – education
Connect online to our virtual walk this Saturday: ‘Radical journeys’.
A Local hero! Basil Jellicoe, father of the slum clearance. An illustrated historical talk by Paul Shaw, Archivist, St Mary’s Convent, Brentford Tuesday 4 September 2018 at 7.15pm (Doors open at 6.45pm) Venue: Camden Local Studies and Archives Centre Admission Free Holboran Camden Local Studies and Archives Centre 32-38 Theobalds Road London WC1X 8PA Info here… Continue reading Talk on Basil Jellicoe
It went ahead – despite the non-appearance of the banners and illness – and a warm evening was had by all. And as usual at the Club, an unexpected treat – findings of old photos of Father Basil Jellicoe by a member of the club, whose father was cared for by the family. And the… Continue reading Opening evening