Thursday, 4 April 2019

Radical Childhoods in Waltham Forest

To celebrate Waltham Forest, First London Borough of Culture, 2019
the Waltham Forest History Network invite you to
         Radical Childhoods in Waltham Forest
           at St Peter’s Church in the Forest, London E17
                         Saturday April 6th, 2019
                                                             Draft Programme
2. p.m Radical Childhoods in Waltham Forest, c 1600-1900”
Dr Mary Clare Martin (University of Greenwich, L &LHS)
3.00 p.m. “Finding your family history through parish registers”
Barrie Burton (Walthamstow Family History Society)

3.20 Activity slot . Choice of the following:
Barrie Burton will be available with his database of St Peter’s parish registers to help anyone interested track their family history
David Boote (Leyton and Leytonstone Historical Society, Chingford Historical Society) will lead a walk entitled “Children and young people round and about St Peter’s and Forest School”
Churchyard tour with Mark Carroll and Tim Valder-Hogg (Walthamstow Family History Society)

 4.15 “Growing up in Waltham Forest in the 1930s”
Mark Carroll (Walthamstow Family History Society)
5 p.m. Close
There will be opportunities to sing protest songs throughout the afternoon, led by guitarist and campaigner Louis Martin (Divest Newham) 
                                          Children are welcome and activities will be provided
                                                   Tea and cake will be available throughout
                         For further details, see Waltham Forest History Network website

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