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LWHS: Tea for the British – With a Little Twist of Suffolk

Miriam Stead Tea for the British - With a Little Twist of Suffolk Growing, exporting, handling and distributing tea was a large industry in the 18th and 19th centuries when it became our national drink. Before then prohibitive tax (120%) meant only the rich could enjoy it, hence the prevalence of locking tea caddies.   Please book & pay in advance to guarantee your place, as seats are limited. Tickets Members £2.00 Non Members £4.00  ...
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LWHS: The Suffolk Mediaeval Cloth Industry

Dr Nick Amor The Suffolk Mediaeval Cloth Industry From Wool to Cloth: The Triumph of the Suffolk Clothier   Please book & pay in advance to guarantee your place, as seats are limited. Tickets Members £2.00 Non Members £4.00...
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LWHS: Can anyone keep a secret?

Lynette Burgess Can anyone keep a secret? The history of Bawdsey Radar and its role in WWII. At the very heart of scientific breakthrough and innovation, an isolated and secretive Suffolk spot was and remains a unique place of world importance. Hear about the unequivocal home of radar.   Please book & pay in advance to guarantee your place, as seats are limited. Tickets Members £2.00 Non Members £4.00...
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LWHS: Edward Ellis Vinnicombe

Roger Green presents Edward Ellis Vinnicombe The life, work and music of Edward Ellis Vinnicombe  - Organist extraordinaire Hear about the man who influenced the musical life of Sudbury for a considerable period - the fine organ in St. Peter’s was very much his inspiration and much of his spirit and soul continues to linger in the forthright voice of this wonderful instrument.   Please book & pay in advance to guarantee your place, as seats are limited. Tickets Members £2.00 Non Members £4.00...
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