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| ||Meetings: Brundall Memorial Hall, Links Avenue, 2.30pm, Saturdays|
Contact: Barbara Ayers
Address: 40 St Michaels Way, Brundall, Norwich, Norfok NR13 5PF
Web Site: www.brundallvillagehistory.org.uk
|Sat 6||The Origin of the Sugar Industry in Norfolk|
A talk by the archivist of the Cantley Sugar Factory, Steve Cash
|Sat 3||When the Medics Came to Norwich|
Phyllida Scrivens with stories and scandal from the Annual Congress of the British Medical Association, August 1874
|Sat 2||St Andrews, Once Visited, Never Forgotten|
Dale Wiseman, St Andrews Hospital, Thorpe St Andrews, opened in 1814 as the Norfolk County Asylum
|Sat 6||The History of the Norfolk Wherry|
Mike Sparkes, archivist for the Norfolk Wherry Trust, will be talking about its history and showing some wonderful photos of the Broads and Great Yarmouth harbour.
|Sat 4||Norfolk's Indian Princess|
Juyna Lewis. Maharajah Duleep Singh's daughter, despite her privileged and wealthy background, was a suffragette and served as a volunteer nurse during World War 1.