Programme for 2017-18

BOSHAM FORUM

Bosham Forum is a group of local people who meet together for a programme of lectures, outings and social events. Although originally formed in the 1980s to support a political party, it no longer has any political affiliation or bias! Monthly meetings are held at 7:30pm on the fourth Tuesday of each month, from September to April, in the Function Room of Bosham Village Hall, Walton Lane, Bosham, Chichester PO18 8QF. Everyone is welcome. Membership costs £10 per year (£5 for a half-year from 1st January); non-members pay £4 to attend a meeting.

PROGRAMME OF EVENTS

2017 - 18 Season

23 Jan '18 Susan Howe: "History Minus the Boring Bits"

27 Feb '18 Iain Pulley: "City Livery Companies from the Middle Ages to the Present Day".

27 Mar '18 Rob Thrush: "Tommy's Lot - the life of the British soldier in 1918"

24 Apr '18 Guy Harris: "The Modern Surgical Management of conditions of the Abdomen"

2018 - 19 Season

25 Sep '18 Sheila Colby: "The Paraguayan harp"

23 Oct '18 John Nelson: "From Lloyds of London to the Chichester Harbour Trust"

27 Nov '18 Tim Mason: "The Plague: 2,000BC to 2,000AD"

22 Jan '19 Graham Hole: "Using a mobile phone while driving"

26 Feb '19 Martin Thomas: "In the steps of Shackleton"
    
26 Mar '19 to be decided 

23 Apr '19 Jeremy Grindle: "The Portsmouth Fortifications"

Chairman: Jennifer Fidler (01243 574033)
Email: jf@richardfidler36.plus.com
Website: sites.google.com/site/boshamforum
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