Lamplugh & District Heritage Society

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Lamplugh & District Heritage Society is based in Lamplugh, Cumbria UK and meets regularly to discuss the local history of the area.  The Society's monthly meetings are held in the Lamplugh Village Hall, Cumbria CA14 4SF on the 4th Tuesday of each month, (commencing at 7.30pm). There are no meetings in August and December.  The annual subscription for family membership is £7.50 and for a single person, £5. You are welcome to join us for a one-off meeting. Admission £3 helps cover the cost of light refreshments and hiring the hall.  See also our Facebook page.

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MEETINGS

Meetings are held at Lamplugh Village Hall  CA14 4SF starting at 7.30pm.

(Annual membership: Single - £5; Family - £7)


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The Society's monthly meetings are held in the Lamplugh Village Hall, Cumbria CA14 4SF on the 4th Tuesday of each month, (commencing at 7.30pm). There are no meetings in August and December.



Wednesday, August 28th - Ennerdale Show. The Society will have a stand at the show.

Tuesday, September 24th  - Stephe Cove - Washfolds and Salving – how sheep were prepared for winter and shearing

Tuesday, October 22nd - Author Cliff Ismay on Bruce Ismay - Coward Or Hero of Titanic? The talk will focus on the life of J Bruce Ismay, Chairman of the White Star Line & RMS Titanic's most infamous survivor. Some of Cumbria's connections to Titanic will also be featured.

Tuesday, November 26th - Barry McKay – Cumbrian Chapmen: A look at the small books and pamphlets hawked about Cumbria in the 18th and 19th Centuries.


N.B. There is no meeting in August or December


All talks at 7.30pm. Venue: Lamplugh Village Hall  CA14 4SF

Admission: £3