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Lunchtime Lectures Line-up

Welcome to the first blog post of 2012. The next series of Lunchtime lectures starts on February 21st, with the brilliant Stuart Orme talking about the Ghosts of Peterborough, something anyone who has ever been on his ghost walks will agree he is an expert in.

See below for the full list and check the events listing for other stand alone events as they come up, there are still loads in the planning!

21st February 1pm to 1.45pm, Lunchtime Lecture,St  , Stuart Orme – The Ghosts of Peterborough

From the creator of the hugely popular Peterborough Ghost walk! Find out how the walk was created and hear about some of the ghastly ghouls, scary spectres and petrifying phantoms that stalk the streets (and buildings) of the Peterborough area. You may want to check under your bed afterwards…

28th February 1pm until 1.45 pm, Lunchtime Lecture, St Johns Church, Brian Jones ‘The Hamlet to the East’; Boongate, Peterborough: A Microcosm of Victorian Urbanisation

6th March 1pm, Lunchtime Lecture,St Johns Church, Stephen Perry, A History of Broadway

13th March 1pm, Lunchtime Lecture, St Johns Church, Vernacular Architecture of Peterborough and Cambridge, David Grech, Historic Areas Advisor, English Heritage

20th March 1pm, Lunchtime Lecture, St Johns Church, David Jost and Tony Wood, Peterborough Civic Society ‘Peterborough in Detail’

27th March, 1pm, Lunchtime Lecture, St Johns Church, Wildlife and Buildings, James Fisher, Wildlife Officer



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