Lockdown Unlocked 4 Great Lectures created to enjoy.
Many of us belong to organisations such as Rotary, W.I’s, U3A’s and study groups,In normal times you would meet with a guest speaker providing an interest, stimulation, and friendship.
As a community project, Brentwood Rotary has created a series of 4 quality lectures that we are sure you will enjoy. We will promote and administer these virtual zoom lectures to the community.
Dr Rev Nicholas
Tuesdays 10 am - Part 2 - 22nd Sept Part 3 - 29th Sept, Part 4 -13th Oct
"Ten Tudor Queens” All you ever wanted to know about the Tudors but were afraid to ask’ This covers the entire dynasty in three illustrated talks.
Thursdays 2 pm - 2 Part 17th 24th Sept.“Lighting the Fuse” - Lucy Lewis was the UK's first female bomb disposal expert, and is now the first woman marshal in Cambridge the university's 809-year history. Soon to have her book published.
Thursday 2pm - 2 part 22nd Oct, and 29th Oct."The Life and Times of Florence Nightingale.
The Lady With The Lamp: following Florence through her youth as she struggles against family and convention to become a nurse, and makes her way to the Crimea to emerge as the saviour of the British Army. Mother Of Modern Nursing: as Florence returns from war, her work is not over as she spends the later part of her life battling to overhaul health care, opens her School of Nursing and becomes a legend in her own lifetime.
Thursday 2pm 3 part 1st Oct, 8th Oct, 15th Oct.
"London's Melting Pot of Culture" History of Newgate Prison & Old Bailey. Fops, Toffs. Arrival & Survival; history of immigration into London 3 Talks by Eleanor who is A City of London & Westminster and has served as A City of London Police Officer which included service in the Old Bailey