Lecture Programme 2012/2013
|18 Sept 12||AGM & Philip Wilson Memorial Lecture||Mr Ken Neill||Archaeology of Co. Armagh|
|09 Oct 12||Lecture||Dr Olwen Purdue||Local Workhouses|
|13 Nov 12||Lecture||Mr Brian Cassells||The History of Bellville Church
at Bellville Church, Derrytrasna.
|11 Dec 12||Lecture||Mr Brett Hannam||The de Salises; Absentee Landlords of an Armagh Parish|
|08 Jan 13||Lecture||Mr Roddy Hegarty||The roads of County Armagh|
|05 Feb 13||Annual Dinner|
|12 Feb 13||Lecture||Dr Ian Malcolm||Towards Inclusion; Protestants and the Irish Language|
|12 Mar 13||Lecture||Mr George Busby||My Experience of Family History Research|
|09 Apr 13||Members' Night Lecture||Mr Arthur Chapman||Emigration of Lurgan Quaker Families to North America|
|07 May 13||Evening Outing||Castlecaulfield and Donaghmore|
|25 May 13||Annual Saturday Outing||Bective Abbey, St Mary's Abbey (now a private house) and the 12th century Anglo-Norman Castle at Trim. The round tower, high crosses and Columba's House at Kells.|
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* The Philip Wilson Memorial Lecture is a public lecture supported by Craigavon Museum Services.
It starts at 8:00pm. All other lectures start at 7:45pm and, unless otherwise stated, they are held in the Lakeview Suite of Craigavon Civic and Conference Centre which is situated on Lakeview Road, Craigavon, BT64 1AL - between Rushmere Shopping Centre and Craigavon Lakes.
This project receives financial support from Craigavon Borough Council and OFMDFM through their Good Relations small grant scheme.