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Epping Branch

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October 2019

Epping Branch: A Talk by Nick Dobson entitled “An Underground Guide to Historical London”

October 3, 10:15 am - 12:00 pm
The Murray Hall, Loughton, Essex, 106 Borders Lane
Loughton, Essex IG10 3SB United Kingdom
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Nick Dobson is new to us as a speaker but he has many strings to his bow – he will take us on a virtual tour of London by tube, stopping off to look at places of historical interest on the route. Refreshments are available from 10.15am and the talk will start at 10.45am.

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November 2019

Epping Branch: Concert at the Royal Festival Hall

November 3
Royal Festival Hall, Southbank Centre
London, SE1 8XX United Kingdom
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Tickets have been reserved for this matinee performance by the London Philharmonia Orchestra. The Conductor is Santtu Rouvali, with Nickolai Lugansky on the piano. The concert begins with Stravinsky’s “Fireworks” and is followed by Rachmaninov’s Piano Concerto No. 1 and then excerpts from Tchaikovsky’s “Swan Lake”.

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Epping Branch: A talk by Camilla Nicol on the Antarctic Heritage Trust

November 7, 10:15 am - 12:00 pm
The Murray Hall, Loughton, Essex, 106 Borders Lane
Loughton, Essex IG10 3SB United Kingdom
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The Trust exists to protect and conserve British Antarctic Heritage which includes six historic buildings and associated structures along with tens of thousands of artefacts which need great care and protection to ensure they survive in the hostile Antarctic climate.   The most well-known of these sites is Port Lockroy, where the Trust mans a British Post Office in the Summer Season and provides tourists, who are fortunate enough to land, with an insight into the historic working conditions of the…

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