Past Lectures

The Past Programmes of Lectures

8th June 2021Norah will talk about here forthcoming book on Old Copped Hall by Norah Carlin
10th May 2021The Rudge Lecture - A talk by Mike "Mr Stonehenge" Parker Pearson
12th April 2021Historic Cultural Landscape in South West Essex by Tricia Moxey
8th March 2021AGM followed by "The Roman pottery manufacturing site in Highgate Wood and the Imperial Procurator in Londinium. Can we find a connection?" by Harvey Sheldon, Birkbeck College & WEAG President.
8th February 2021Medieval Building Myths by James Wright
11th January 2021Humphrey Repton at Highams by Georgina Green
7th December 2020Christmas Meeting - A round-up of Members Recent Activites by Members of WEAG
9th November 2020Non-Invasive Archaeology by Melinda Barham
12th November 2020Highams House and its Occupants by Georgina Green
14th September 2020Medieval Church Wall Paintings in Essex by Lee Joyce & Claire Hooper
9th March 20202020 AGM followed by the Presidential Address given by Harvey Sheldon of Birkbeck College
10th February 2020The Perfect Murder by Phil McKinder, trustee of The Copped Hall Trust
13th January 2020The Georgian Group - Its origins and the role of amenity societies by Louise Robertson
2nd December 2019Christmas Meeting - A round-up of Members Recent Activites by Members of WEAG
11th November 2019An Imperial Playground - The Bay of Naples in the 1st Century AD by Tony O'Connor
9th September 2019Walter Spradbury, Artist in War and Peace Catherine Hammond of the Epping Forest District Museum
10th June 2019Medieval Fortified Manor Houses by David Stevenson of the Herts & Essex Architectural Society
13th May 2019RUDGE LECTURE Ancient Port of London: A Topographical, Archaeological and Historical Study by Gustav Milne of MOLA - CITiZAN
8th April 2019Septimius Severus: The First Hammer of the Scots by Dr Simon Elliott
11th March 20192019 AGM followed by the Presidential Address: Highgate Wood given by Harvey Sheldon of Birkbeck College
11th February 2019Hill Hall - Its Building and it's People by Anne Padfield
14th January 2019The Archaeology of Fulham Place by Alexis Haslam a Community Archaeologist