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.

Rotary working in the Community This weeks lectures Tuesday 10am

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 Henderson 
 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. 

Lucy Lewis 

 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.  

Julie Chandler.

 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. 

Eleanor Bloom.

 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