Events in 2019

Crediton Area History & Museum Society events, and other local events of interest to CAHMS members, in 2019

Antiquities in Profusion - An Exploration of Exmoor's Past. A CAHMS event.

Talk on the Crediton Workhouse by John Heal. A Newton St. Cyres History Group event.

Archive film and TV footage of Crediton and Devon

Talk entitled Living with the Smell by Carole Vivian. A CAHMS event.

Talk on the Beer Engine Public House by Peter Hawksley. A Newton St. Cyres History Group event.

The story of Exeter's oldest business. A Bow and District Historical Society event.

Investigating medieval and early modern Devon: manorial records and the c.1613 Norden survey of Devon Crown Lands

Talk on Digging up Britain's Oldest Shipwrecks by Peter Marsden. A CAHMS event.

The Anglo Saxon Boundaries of the Cridie, 739CE – with particular reference to the Crediton/Newton/Brampford Speke areas. Newton St Cyres history grp.

Recent archaeological work on Romano-British West Devon. A Bow and District Historical Society event.

Talk on the Acland Family of Killerton and Holnicote by Denise Melhuish. A CAHMS event.

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This year's exhibition opens on April 10th and is railway-themed. Open Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays 1000-1600, and Saturdays 1000-1300

Talk on George Roberts, an Unsung Hero of the Great War by Paul Roberts. A Newton St. Cyres History Group event.

Exhibition focussing on the local serge industry. A Sandford Heritage Group event.

Remembering those men of Bow who fell in World War 1. A Bow and District Historical Society event.

CAHMS Annual Outing

Talk on Newton St. Cyres and the Priory of Plympton by Professor James Clark. A Newton St. Cyres History Group event.

Talk on the Families of Eggesford House. A Bow and District Historical Society event.

The Power of Three: Thomas Fowler, Devon's Forgotten Genius - computer pioneer born in Great Torrington. A Bow and District Historical Society event.

A Bow and District Historical Society event.

Not one of us: individuals in Exeter who were famous or notorious, 1450-1950. A Bow and District Historical Society event.

Talk on Church Roof Bosses by Sue Andrew. A Newton St. Cyres History Group event.

True tales of West Country spies in WW2. A Bow and District Historical Society event.

Talk on Food in World War 2 by Dr Paul Cleave, honorary research fellow, University of Exeter. A Newton St. Cyres History Group event.

Bow and District Historical Society AGM and Social Evening