What's On

Shown below are details of events by CAHMS, our Affiliated Societies, and others of interest to CAHMS members.

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A series of events celebrating nearly 600 years of contact and interaction between Devon and Newfoundland. Further details to follow.

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CAHMS's 2017 exhibition of local farming

Talk on Medicine in Devon in the 18th and 19th Centuries by Andrew Knox(A Newton St Cyres History Group event)

CAHMS visit to the Michael Thorne collection of tractors and farming memorabilia at Coldridge.

Feeding Devon in WW1, a symposium presented jointly by Devon History Society, Exeter University and the Devon Remembers Heritage Project.

Devonshire Association President Dr Gray is walking from Lyme Regis to Hartland promoting interest in Devon's history with nightly lectures.

Talk by Felicity Good entitled Exodus Burma - The British escape through the jungle of death in 1942. A Crediton U3A event.

Devonshire Association President Dr Gray is walking from Lyme Regis to Hartland promoting interest in Devon's history with nightly lectures.

Selection of archive footage of south west railways, specially compiled for the Dartmoor Railway Supporters' Association, screened following the AGM.

Talk by Dr Ian Mortimer on Restoration England. (A Bow and District Historical Society event).

An introduction to sources and documents for local and family history.

Talk by Penelope Walker entitled Sequins I have worn during life as an Opera Singer. A Crediton U3A event.

Talk on William Carter-Pedler and the building of Reeve Castle. (A Bow and District Historical Society event).

Talk by Keith Davies on Protecting our Coasts. A Crediton U3A event.

Talk by Mike Dumper on Jerusalem, Problems and Prospects for a Peace Agreement. A Crediton U3A event.

Discover how a North Devon man survived life in a Second World War prisoner-of-war camp in China.

Talk by John Allan on Building Exeter Cathedral after 1310AD. A Crediton U3A event.

Talk on Tavistock history by Andrew Thompson

Preserving your family documents at home.

Talk by Stewart Raine on the History of the British Jews. A Crediton U3A event.

A 'Mystery Talk' by Todd Gray. (A Bow and District Historical Society Event).

Talk by Anthony Geering on Maori Culture. A Crediton U3A event.

Bow and District Historical Society AGM and Social evening, including presentation 'How we used to live in 1851' by Janet Few.

Film about Farming in Sandford, presented by Mike Brett. A Newton St Cyres History Group event.

Talk on the history of mills, by Martin Watts. A Newton St Cyres History Group event.

Talk on 18th Century Newton St Cyres by Brian Please. A Newton St Cyres History Group event

The Pirate Queen, a fresh look at Elizabeth I, by Susan Ronald.

Talk on the ancient three hares motif, by Tom Greeves. A Newton St Cyres History Group event.

Talk on fairgrounds in WW2 by Kay Townsend. A Newton St Cyres History Group event.

Talk by Todd Gray on the Royal Clarence Hotel, severely damaged by fire in 2016. A Newton Cyres History Group events.