An online talk hosted by the Brentford and Chiswick History Society
New Spring Gardens, Brentford
The impact of the Great War on health and housing in Brentford is to be considered in an online talk hosted by the Brentford and Chiswick Local History Society.
The talk takes place at 7.30pm on Monday, 21 February.
Recent research by Dr Alison Appleby reveals how the Great War brought about changes in the lives of local people. A local resident since 1985, her long career, teaching history, politics and related subjects, includes over 20 years as an Open University tutor. She currently teaches at the City Lit.
As usual there will be no charge to join this event but you should reserve a place via Ticketsource
Zoom details will be sent to ticket holders on the evening of Sunday 20 February, or on Monday. Tickets will be available up to 6.30pm on the day of the talk.
You only need to book one ticket per screen, even if you will be watching with a friend.
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February 18, 2022