THE IPSWICH SOCIETY 62nd ANNIVERSARY YEAR
                                                                   

                

THE IPSWICH SOCIETY  2022
ILLUSTRATED WINTER TALKS
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                       Margaret Catchpole - Ipswich Society Blue Plaque.
                                                                                                                                                                                            Frederick Hervey.


MARGARET CATCHPOLE - A talk by Mark Mitchell .                                        
January 19th 7.30 pm 

Due to high Covid-19 numbers in Ipswich we intend to hold this talk via Zoom

Mark Mitchell will give an illustrated talk on Margaret Catchpole (she has a blue plaque on the Manor House in St Margaret’s Green), also Frederick Hervey, builder of Ickworth.

                      **********************Due to high Covid-19 numbers in Ipswich we intend to hold this talk via Zoom***************************
                                                                                                           Log in details will be sent to members by email

 

 

 

                     
          St. Clements Church - Photo by Robin Gaylard.                     The Ipswich Society presenting a cheque for £1000 towards the St. Clement's Church                                                                                                                                                            conversion into an Arts Centre - Photo by Tim Leggett                               

 

RECENT DEVELOPMENTS at ST. CLEMENT'S CHURCH - A talk by David Vincent.
February 16th 7.30 pm Methodist Church, Museum Street.

David Vincent will give an illustrated talk on recent developments at St Clements Church.

 

 

 

 

‘Did the sewers save lives? Public health in Ipswich 1851-1911 - A talk by Dr. Anne Folan.
March 16th 7.30 pm Methodist Church, Museum Street. 

Dr. Anne Folan will give an illustrated talk asking ‘Did the sewers save lives? Public health in Ipswich 1851-1911.  


                   Non Members are welcome. If there are changes to this schedule due to Covid-19 regulations, we will inform Members by email..

 



                                                                                                                 MORE DETAILS TO FOLLOW SOON.
 

The talks are free and open to all and usually take place at 7.30pm at the Museum Street Methodist Church (entrance in Black Horse Lane) which is equipped with comfortable seating and modern Audio/Visual facilities. Free tea/coffee and biscuits are served after the talks with a chance for members and guests to socialise.

                                                         

 

 

THE IPSWICH SOCIETY
OUTINGS AND EXCURSIONS 2022 

                                                        

                                                                                                                                      DETAILS TO FOLLOW