As it looks like social activities won’t be getting back to normal any time soon now then Mill Road History Society has decided to take a step into the future and move our programme online.
Our first event is an online version of what we were originally planning to present as part of our AGM last month. In remembrance of the recent VE Day we have members of the society talking about WW2 objects they have “brought along” to show you.
We are sorry to announce that, due to the government advice to practice social distancing for the duration of the Coronavirus outbreak, we have decided to cancel our upcoming events for April, May and June.
We hope to rearrange these for the 2020/2021 season, assuming that life is back to normal then. We will update this website, and send information out to our mailing list and social media, as things change.
Thank you to everyone who came to our AGM on Tuesday, in spite of the lovely weather outside, and to Gareth Rees of Oxford Archaeology for his talk on the excavation of the Lost Baptist cemetery on East Road.
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