Next Social Event: St Barbe Private Viewing

Gardiner

On Tuesday February 4th we have a private viewing at the St Barbe museum and art gallery of the new exhibition “South by Southwest Landscapes” by Jeremy Gardiner.

The Private View will be conducted by exhibition curator, Steve Marshall who is well known to LymSoc members and who never fails to bring exhibitions to life, with his deep knowledge of artists and the art scene in the UK.

As usual, there will be a Drinks Reception from 6:00 pm with the Private View starting at about 6:30 pm. Tickets are available on the door. Cost £5.00  – to include Refreshments.

Dan Snow Talk a Great Success

On Friday the Lymington Society and the Friends of Sir Harry jointly presented a talk from Dan Snow about the British Navy in the 18th Century, and Sir Harry Burrard Neale’s place in it.

We’ve never had a sell-out for a social meeting before, and apologies to those members who were unable to attend. We packed the Fuller-McClellan Hall to its fire safety limit.

The talk itself was a fantastic hour of largely impromptu information and entertainment, full of fascinating insights into the importance of the Navy in 18th Century Britain. It was an incredibly expensive undertaking, but it fuelled the industrial revolution, with its demand for high quality steel, and the latest in machinery, and it enabled the expansion of the empire.

Many thanks to Dan for this tremendous talk

Tonight – Open Forum

Community Centre Malt Lounge 6.30pm

 Come along and hear about the work of the committee regarding planning issues and local initiatives such as plans for the Quay and improvements to the Town

As a Civic society it is really important that members have their say in local issues which affect the Town and local environment and we look forward to meeting members and hearing their views.