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Friday 9 June

The Dugdale, Thomas Hardy House, 39 London Road, Enfield Town, EN2 6DS
A journey through the decades of London's outer boroughs on film, featuring fascinating archival footage of Enfield and wider London, accompanied by live music.
Tuesday 13 June

Spruce Hill Baptist Church Hall, Brookscroft Road E17 4JP
Ten letters written 1830-49... What can they tell us about the family concerned? Come and hear how an intriguing Victorian family came to light.
Wheelchair accessible
8.00 pm - 9.00 pm
Mark Carroll 020 8530 4755
Thursday 15 June

Walthamstow Cricket, Tennis & Squash Club, 48a Greenway Avenue E17 3QN
Some plays written during the war about the war were performed; others were banned and only performed after 1918. Helen Brooks talks about these plays and their importance in understanding the war.
The Branch meets on the third Thursday of every month to hear an expert speaker. Meetings are open to anyone with an interest in the Great War.
8.00 pm - 10.00 pm
No charge but a donation of £3.00 appreciated
Neil Pearce 07956 541897
Wednesday 21 June

St Johns Church Hall, High Road Leytonstone E11 1HH
Roger Huddle of the William Morris Gallery will give a talk to the Leyton and Leytonstone Historical Society to mark the 100th anniversary of this momentous event. All welcome.
7.45 pm - 9.45 pm
free to L&LHS members
Maureen Measure 020-8558-5491
Sunday 17 September

William Morris Gallery, Forest Road E17 4PP
Discover the architectural history of the William Morris Gallery and the stories of its occupants on this guided walk, which includes a tour of Lloyd Park.
First tour at 11am and second at 2pm
11.00 am - 3.00 pm
Free, no need to book.