All lectures will take place in the Apex. If, for any reason the Apex is not available on any of the dates given below, the date will be changed. As the Apex organisers are normally able to give us fair warning, you will be informed of any changes by newsletter and the Chairman will make an announcement at lectures beforehand.
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Tony is a professional speaker, writer and folk singer. The hoard was discovered in November 1992 by Eric Lewes who was helping his farmer friend find his best hammer. The hoard and the hammer were donated to the British Museum. Among the discoveries were coins, jewelery, toiletry items and much more.Find out more »
Ralph holds a first class honours degree in classics and has a lifelong interest in history. He is also a prize-winning author.Find out more »
Sarah is a very experienced speaker and author and musician. She is also a council member and trustee of Suffolk institute of archaeology and history and is currently chair of the friends of Suffolk record office. Her latest book is entitled ‘The little history of Suffolk’. Note. This event is on the second Tuesday of the monthFind out more »
Charlie is returning by popular request and this time he will give definitions of local surnames. If you would like your surname included please let the committee know in November as Charlie has requested around 40 surnames preferably 4-5 weeks prior to the lecture.Find out more »
By his own admission Roy is a very passionate about churches insisting that each one has a unique character. Roy taught religious education at a high school in Ipswich and is a lay canon of St Edmundsbury cathedral.Find out more »