Tenterden District National Trust Association Lectures
Lectures are in St Mildred’s Church Hall, Church Road, Tenterden
January, February and March
Lectures, 2pm for 2.30pm
April - November
Non-members of the association are also welcome to join lectures and outings for a small additional charge
Thursday, 12th May 7.30 p.m.
‘A Royal Interlude’
Peter Hartley. This is a talk about the Queen’s routine, the royal year and the traditions of the Royal Maundy. Peter has been a member of the Queen’s household for many years.
Thursday, 9th June 7.30 p.m.
‘Uganda – Churchill’s Pearl of Africa’
Doctor Clive Nuttman will reveal the mystery of the title.
Thursday, 14th July 7.30 p.m.
‘A Walk Around St. Leonards on Sea’
David Clarke will take us through the back lanes and Regency splendour, and reveal a dream to build a New Town.
Thursday, 11th August 7.30p.m.
‘The Wreck of the Amsterdam’
Hadon Luke, a new speaker for our Association, will talk about the maiden voyage of the Amsterdam in 1748 when it lost its rudder and beached at Bulverhythe, near Hastings, where you can still see the wreck today at low spring tides.
Thursday, 8th September 7.30 p.m.
A welcome return to Geoff Hutchinson who will tell us the fascinating story of Grey Owl, a Hastings’ man, who lived his life as a Red Indian.
Thursday, 13th October 7.30 pm
‘1,000 Miles Up the Nile’
Clive Barham-Carter is a new lecturer for us and he will talk about one of the longest rivers in the world.
Thursday, 10th November AGM 7.00 pm
Tuesday 23rd to Thursday 25th August 2022
Bruges, Belgium – 3 days/2 nights
Price: £295 per person sharing (single supplement £30)