What’s On

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Devonport Heritage Centre 2019 Public Events

 

 

 

 

What’s On Diary
May 2019 Event
Thurs 2 Evening illustrated talk 7pm-9pm: Michael Pitkeathly offers: “Some of the problems keeping a Nuclear submarine at sea”. (This event is free, but a small donation would be appreciated to help keep the centre running* and late admittance is not allowed**)
Thurs 9 Evening illustrated talk 7pm-9pm: Ron Howell offers: “The Silver Pot- a Cunard Liner sunk of the Isle of Mull in WW1”. (This event is free, but a small donation would be appreciated to help keep the centre running* and late admittance is not allowed**)
Weds 15 Open Day: 10am-4pm
Thurs 16 Evening illustrated talk 7pm-9pm: Bob Cook offers: “Historic photographic tour of Plymouth’s Waterfront: Part 1, Mount Batten to The Hoe”. (This event is free, but a small donation would be appreciated to help keep the centre running* and late admittance is not allowed**)
Weds 22 Open Day: 10am-4pm
Thurs 23 Evening illustrated talk 7pm-9pm: Bob Cook offers: “Historic photographic tour of Plymouth’s Waterfront: Part 2, The Hoe to Cremyll”. (This event is free, but a small donation would be appreciated to help keep the centre running* and late admittance is not allowed**)
Weds 29 Open Day: 10am-4pm
Thurs 30 Evening illustrated talk 7pm-9pm: Keith Johnson offers: “Women of the Ropery”. (This event is free, but a small donation would be appreciated to help keep the centre running* and late admittance is not allowed**)
June 2019 Event
Thurs 13 Evening illustrated talk 7pm-9pm: Keith Johnson offers: “History of Freemasonry in Plymouth and its Military and Naval Connections”. (Please note: a minimum donation of £3 is advised* and late admittance is not allowed**)

* Each 45 minute presentation is followed with time for questions and discussion. Minimum donation £3 advised. Light refreshments available with limited, on-site free parking.

** Please note that ALL public evening events start promptly at 7.00 pm with no late admissions. Gates and Café open 6.15 pm.

For further information call 01752 552326 or 07971 663 300 or email DevonportNavalHeritage@gmail.com