LymSoc Social Programme 2021 – 2022

Monday January 17th 2022 – 6.00 pm
Illustrated Talk by Patrick Kempe.  – On Zoom Only

The Making of Films of Local Interest.    Patrick has been making films featuring local topics since the 1970 and has produced a large number of fascinating videos on a huge range of topics, as can be seen here. DVD Titles (patrickkempe.co.uk)
His talk which will feature clips from his Video “Lymington – A Fascinating Glimpse into a Historic Town”
Describing his talk Patrick said:
In a nutshell, it’s about how I started filming in the 1970s, the early equipment and the people I met as well as the different subjects I covered. How I researched Lymington, the filming, the challenges, the funny things that happened and the interesting odd bits I discovered. Support from St. Barbe and so many others. How editing developed through to the finished DVD covers”

Donald Mackenzie is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.
Topic: Lymington Society Zoom Meeting
Time: Jan 17, 2022 06:00 PM London
Join Zoom Meeting
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87241229795?pwd=TkJKZnJjaW8wOVM2a2JJUkdzV0h3UT09
Meeting ID: 872 4122 9795
Passcode: LymSoc
Wednesday Marsh 30th 2022 –  7.00 pm

Wednesday 30th March 2022 – 7.00 pm.
Lymington Society AGM.
The Lymington Centre.
Talk by Rosalyn Goulding of St Barbe Museum.
The History and Development of Lymington High Street.

With lockdown restrictions now mostly lifted we intend to return to our usual March date for our AGM which will take place in person as usual at the Lymington Centre.
Following the usual business section we will be hearing from Rosalyn Goulding of St Barbe Museum who will be talking about the history of Lymington High Street and the exhibition planned at St Barbe on the same topic for March next year.

Monday the 16th of May. 6.00 PM for 6.30
Friends of Sir Harry Talk by local historian Barry Jolly. The Gates Hall, The Lymington Centre.
“The Call of Family” Changing names and changing fortunes: The experience of Sir Harry Burrard Neale and his relations. The Friends of Sir Harry is pleased to announce a talk in the Gates Hall, at the Lymington Centre, by eminent local historian Barry Jolly. During the talk Barry, a graduate in History, former Lieutenant Commander in the Royal Navy and Editor of Milford on-Sea Historical Record Society ‘Occasional Magazine’, will reveal more tantalising research findings, following his fascinating talk two years ago: The Real Sir Harry, The Man, The Myth and The Monument.
Tickets to include refreshments are £5.00 and are available by email from Friends of Sir Harry Committee Member Alastair Mann on alastair.mann@gmail.com.

Wednesday 25th May 2022  Lymington Society Garden Party.
Friars, Fairfield Close, Lymington

Due to holiday clashes and the availability of catering, this event has now been moved to Wednesday the 25th of May. at 6.00 pm.
Thank you to LymSoc Member Pauline Davies who has kindly offered her charming garden in Fairfield Close, Lymington for our annual Summer Garden Party
Friars is located in the remaining stable block for the demolished Fairfield House, this intimate and charming town garden is beautifully laid out and will be a perfect venue for our summer garden party.
Tickets for this event will be £10.00 to include the Eventbrite Admin Fee and will initially only be available on Eventbrite. Tickets which are limited due to the size of the garden can now be purchased by clicking on this link. Tickets for the Summer Garden Party
Friars, Fairfield Close, Lyminton

 

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