Don't forget the first in the FHSC Seminar Series

Don't forget the first in the FHSC Seminar Series

Wednesday 20th October sees the first in the new series of monthly seminars hosted by FHSC and open to all members 

 

This series, which will be a permanent feature in the FHSC diary, will take place on the 3rd Wednesday of the month via Zoom 

 

The October talk will be fashioned 'The Dorothy Flude Memorial Lecture', after the late former Mayor of Cheshire East and Councillor.                                                                    This year's talk is called Crewe and Nantwich Remembers and is delivered by Mark Potts. 

 

Mark is a well-known local author and together with Tony Marks has published titles including 'Crewe and Nantwich The Great War Years', 'Where the Fallen Live Forever', and 'The Villiers Russell twins: Crewe’s Most Commemorated Great War Casualties'. He was also the co-creator of the More than a Name/Lest We Forget Roll of Honour which is housed in the Municipal Building at Crewe and of which Dorothy was an instrumental and significant supporter. Mark’s presentation will encompass many of the stories he has uncovered during his research into not just the fallen of Crewe and Nantwich but across Cheshire as a whole.  This talk will be of great interest to anyone with a passion for WW1, not to be missed. 

 

This Event is for Members only and you will need to register - to do so please log into the FHSC website using your user name and passwork, then click on Events at the top left, scroll down to find the title of this Seminar, then click ‘Join’, followed by ‘Save’ – You will receive 2 emails: a confirmation of your request to attend the talk, followed by an approval of that request. Zoom links and meeting protocols will be sent out before Wedesday morning. If you have already registered you will have recieved a newsletter with the joining instructions.  However, if not, or you run into any difficulties with the registration process then please contact us on  -  

 

NOT A MEMBER of FHSC? Why not join, for £18 a year you will be able to attend all 12 seminars as well as all the other benefits that being an FHSC member includes.

 

Margaret Roberts

Written by : Margaret Roberts