Lambeth Archives and Libraries have teamed up with the Lambeth Local History Forum and local groups to offer a programme of 40 events including talks, tours, exhibitions, workshops and guided walks. There’s a series of evenings with Lambeth archivists Jon Newman and Len Reilly, plus local speakers.
On Thursday 26 September, there’s a festival event at the mothershipton.co.uk Durning on the story of Kennington, a place where for once the waves did what King Canute told them to, and where nowadays politicians become property millionaires on expenses. Jon Newman will give tips on how to albustanfestival.com trace the history of a Kennington home, with contributions on Kennington’s own history from English Heritage’s Andrew Saint, a Kennington resident, and The Vauxhall Society’s Ross Davies.
The month will close with Lambeth Archives Open Day, ‘1913 – Edwardian Swansong,’ on Saturday 28 September with talks, exhibitions, book stalls and local society stands, whose theme will be life in South London at the outbreak of the First World War in August 1914. A second edition of enter site Edmund Bird’s ‘Lambeth’s Edwardian Splendours’ will also be launched.
All events are free unless otherwise stated in the http://steelasophical.com/cialis-for-women programme. Paper copies of the programme are also available in all Lambeth Libraries.
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