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February 2022

Geology of the Devon Coast (Exeter Branch)

Thu. 24 February 2022 at 2:30 pm
Online, (see text for details)

To be held by Zoom video conferencing. An illustrated talk to be given by Professor Malcolm Hart. Professor Hart’s popularised talk on the importance of Devon’s geology will include historical sketches of the most…

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April 2022

The History of Exe Island, Exeter

Sat. 30 April 2022 at 10:00 am
Royal Albert Memorial Museum, Queen Street
Exeter, Devon

Due to COVID-19, this event that was originally planned to be held in May 2021 has been postponed to 30 April 2022. Many existing bookings have been carried forward to the new date, but…

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May 2022

An Exeter Church Walk (Exeter Branch)

Sat. 21 May 2022 at 10:30 am

A guided tour by John Allan, starting outside St Petrock’s Church and continuing to St Martin’s and St Stephen’s.

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August 2022

Visit to Forde Abbey and Gardens (Exeter Branch)

Tue. 9 August 2022

Forde Abbey Photo: Margaret Wilby Our country house excursion (delayed since 2019) will be to Forde Abbey, near Chard, Somerset. Originally built over 900 years ago for Cistercian monks, it was transformed from a…

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September 2022

Annual lunch (Exeter Branch)

Wed. 14 September 2022 at 12:00 pm
Exeter Golf & Country Club, Topsham Road
Exeter, Devon EX2 7AE

Our Branch annual lunch at the Exeter Golf & Country Club will be preceded by a talk by DA President Professor John Mather (title to be announced). Members of the East Devon Branch have…

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October 2022

Art in Elizabethan Devon (Exeter Branch)

Wed. 12 October 2022 at 2:30 pm
The Mint Methodist Church, Fore Street
Exeter, Devon EX4 3AT
£3 – £3.50

A talk entitled Art in Elizabethan Devon to be given by Honorary Professor Sam Smiles, University of Exeter. Professor Smiles will be talking about Exeter’s most famous artist, Nicholas Hilliard (c. 1547 – 1619),…

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