Lecture Evenings @ The Clockhouse
Arrive 7pm for 7:30pm start
Ticket Price £15 per person
to include a two-course supper
Licensed Bar & Raffle
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The lecture focuses on the bugging of Hitler’s generals at Trent Park, North London. Dr.Helen Fry is an author and historian who has written and edited over 25 books. Her work covers the Social History of WW2. British Intelligence and the secret war, espionage, spies and M19 escape and evasion. Helen undertakes consultancy work for documentary companies and as a consultant historian for location filming of WWII scenes for several TV channels including BBC, ITV and Channel 4. She is an ambassador for the Museum of Military Intelligence at Milton Bryan, Buckinghamshire.
Friday 17th April 2020
Sarah has spent over 35 years working for the World Wildlife Fund and other conservation and environmental charities. She will be sharing her experience of seeing, at first hand, the threats that our natural world faces and the impact on that good conservation practices can have on habitats, endangered species and local people in countries such as Brazil, Rwanda and Uganda. More recently she has been working on a project called Sacred Cities, which looks at the impact pilgrims have on fragile ecosystems and the destinations they visit. Sarah has travelled to Armenia and India to see the effects.
Friday 15th May 2020
Iain Kennedy is a very experienced cruise ship lecturer whose early career was in law and banking. This lecture is a great favourite and a light hearted piece. He had the privilege of driving a real, fabulously wealthy , Miss Daisy in her Bentley Continental in and around Mayfair and Belgravia. The lecture moves on to Le Mans and Ettore Bugatti. Lots of fun. Not a petrol head talk.