CONFERENCE IN HONOUR OF
From Churches and Manors
to Poverty and War
Latest research into Suffolk’s history
SATURDAY 12th OCTOBER 2019
BLACKBOURNE HALL, ELMSWELL 9.45 am – 4.00 pm
Here’s a link to the programme and as you will see, the conference this year again focuses on some of the new research into Suffolk’s history, covering a variety of subjects, ranging from a pre-Conquest site at Nayland, life in medieval Hadleigh, to Victorian poverty in Ipswich, and Second World War Framlingham.
Tickets are available from Lynne Ward. Please email (email@example.com) or write to her, including a stamped addressed envelope, at Tyndale, The Green, Ubbeston, Halesworth, IP19 0HB. Cheques should be made payable to SLHC. Tables will be available for those wishing to sell their publications.
Welcome to the Suffolk Records Society
For over sixty years, the Society has been committed to producing books that bring Suffolk’s rich historical literature to a wider audience. Covering a period of 700 years these volumes of letters, diaries, maps, accounts and other archives have made a major contribution to historical studies of the county and are a useful tool for both professional and amateur historians, as well as being a source of information for anyone interested in Suffolk’s history.
Every year, the Suffolk Records Society produces at least one new book throwing light on some fresh aspect of the county’s history. There are two series of volumes, the General Series, for which we publish a regular annual volume, and the Charters Series, for which we publish occasional volumes of Suffolk charters and cartularies.
The Society’s members share a passion for Suffolk and its history and it is their support and subscriptions that have made possible this remarkable opening up of the historical landscape.
Come and join us!
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General Series Charters Series