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, but with much more besides, and contributions from other local history groups.

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.

Talk on Lundy Island at the North Devon Record Office

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.

Old maps at the North Devon Record Office

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

North Devon maritime history

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