As part of this years Plymouth History Festival, Plymouth Historical Association will be hosting two fantastic talks.
- 7th May 10.30am -The enigmatic John Marshall: Founder of Plymouth emigration depot, Baltic Wharf
- 18th May 7.00pm – The archaeological complex at Calstock
The Historical Association is an independent charity incorporated by Royal Charter who have been supporting the study and enjoyment of history since 1906. The Association believes that an historical awareness is essential for the twenty-first century citizen and so aim to be a vibrant organisation, active in all spheres of formal and informal history education encompassing the national and local dimension. The local branch of the Plymouth History Association brings together people who share an interest in, and love for the past and further the study and teaching and enjoyment of history in all forms. To aid in this, they work with the Arts Institute at the University of Plymouth and run a joint programme of lectures which are currently online.
For more information about the Plymouth Historical Association then head to: http://www.ha-plymouth.org.uk/
To book your place for these talks and receive the zoom link for the session, please