Monday, February 17, 2014

Haringey Local History Fair on Saturday

Saturday 22 February, 11am - 5pm
Look out for the RaHN stall!

Want to find out more about Haringey’'s history but don’t know where to start? We are on hand to help. Talk to Archive Staff, enjoy our all-day talks programme or browse stalls covering aspects of our local heritage. Museum café open all day.

Talks programme (each lasts 20 – 30 minutes):

11.15am For the Citizens of Tomorrow: maternity and child health in Haringey before the NHS by Christine Protz (Friends of Bruce Castle)
11.55am The Molly Spoon Archive – uncovering hidden Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender (LGBT) histories by Tim Redman (LGBT heritage curator)
12.35pm Film - Now & Then: Tottenham High Road by the Tottenham Young Heritage Ambassadors
1 - 2pm Lunch break
2pm Tottenham Palace - a history join Marlene McAndrew about her new publication (Friends of Bruce Castle)
2.40pm The New River Take a look at more of the history of the New River with Rachael Macdonald
3.10pm Tea break3.30pm Wood Green Through Time – explore his new book by Albert Pinching (Hornsey Historical Soc)
4.10pm First World War Commemorative Projects in Haringey, with Deborah Hedgecock (Curator), and others
The Search Room will be open 11am - 4pm
See a special small display of archives.
Ask our staff about researching local history and family history. Please note: this is an introduction to the service and a chance to ask questions, and not a time for research.

Deborah Hedgecock
Curator
Bruce Castle Museum
Haringey Culture, Libraries and Learning
Lordship Lane, London N17 8NU
Tel: 020 8808 8772
Fax: 020 8808 4118
www.haringey.gov.uk



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