An Archaeological Society event on Saturday 18th November at 2.30pm at St. Thomas’s Church.  A talk by Stephen Gray MSc Dip Arch APMP IHBC RIAS RIBA.  ‘How to build a Medieval House’ looks at the building process from felling and converting timber, erecting the frame, thatching and wattle and daubing the walls and then, using modern project management techniques for analysis, considers the issues of completing the build between the Michaelmas’s of two successive years.  Free admission to Winchelsea Archaeological Society members. £5 for non-members.

For more information, contact Mervyn Hack 01797 225021

 

 

11th and 12th November at Winchelsea War Memorial

Saturday 11th November
Act of Remembrance at the War Memorial at 11am

Sunday 12th November
Act of Remembrance at the War Memorial at 11am followed by a Remembrance Service at St Thomas’ Church

Members of the local community gathered at Winchelsea War Memorial twice in October 2017 to honour three Winchelsea men who were killed in the Battle of Passchendaele 100 years ago. The ceremony, organised by the Bonfire Boyes, forms part of the town’s commemoration of the centenary of the Great War. Two of the men, Noel and Henry Patch, were brothers, killed within a week of each other. The third, Norman Streeton was represented by family members, Eric and Adam Streeton, who both laid wreaths.

Saturday 11th November in Winchelsea New Hall from 10am to 2pm

A recital of works by Busoni and Lizst based on pieces by Bach, Mozart and Verdi played by an exceptional young pianist.

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