Lo­cal His­tory Group AGM and talk

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The Au­gust meet­ing of Wer­ring­ton Lo­cal His­tory Group was the amaz­ing story of what hap­pened to Josephine Pratch­ett fol­low­ing the sink­ing of the La­co­nia by a tor­pedo in WW2. The large number present lis­tened in­tently to the re­mark­able story told with wit, hu­mour and hu­mil­ity by the lady her­self. The next meet­ing at the Vil­lage Cen­tre in Church Street is tonight at 7.30pm (Thurs­day). It will be the AGM fol­lowed by Nick Sand­ford, whose talk is en­ti­tled ‘Life’s Bet­ter with Trees’. The Wood­land Trust is the UK’s largest wood­land conservation char­ity, own­ing over 1000 woods across the UK, in­clud­ing two in Peter­bor­ough. Hear about how they pro­pose to create a land­scape rich in trees and woods and the ben­e­fits which this can bring for peo­ple in Peter­bor­ough and across the coun­try. You will also be able to find out about the var­ied pro­gramme of talks and entertainment planned for the year ahead. Vis­i­tors are wel­come - £2.50.

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