Talks Programme 2022

The Charlton Society usually holds talks on matters of local interest, normally on the third Saturday of every month, in Charlton House, or, on occasion, The Assembly Rooms, from 2.30pm. Due to the pandemic, throughout 2021 The Charlton Society hosted meetings online, but we were able to return to hosting face-to-face meetings at Charlton House towards the end of 2021, the first was on 16th October 2021, which was the AGM when the new Committee was selected. However due to ongoing uncertainty regarding the new Covid variant we reverted to Zoom for the December and January meetings. We are delighted to confirm the next meeting on 18th June 2022 will be held at Charlton House.

Where possible we also upload the presentations on to the website, please go to the Online Presentations 2021 tab for last year’s presentations.

For the full proposed schedule for 2022 please click here although please bear in mind the programme could be subject to change due to uncertainty as we emerge from the pandemic.

Next presentation:

 – 18th June 2022: Woolwich Garrison Church Trust, the Commonwealth & Gurkha Garden, presented by Tim Barnes, Chairman of the Trust

We look forward to welcoming you.

Previous 2022 presentations:

– 21st May 2022: Save Our Village Action Plan (SOVAP) presented by The Charlton Society Committee (at Charlton House)

23rd April 2022: Charlton Open-Air School, presented by George Burton. For presentation, please click here

– 19th March 2022: Charlton House Gardens, presented by Kathy Aitken, Charlton & Blackheath Amateur Horticultural Society (CABAHS).

– 19th February 2022: Charlton Histories of Home presented by Naomi Oppenheim (at Charlton House). An interactive presentation which is currently an exhibition at Charlton House until May 31st 2022 

– 15th January 2022: Charlton: Greenwich Riverside: Upper Watergate to Angerstein presented by Dr Mary Mills (virtual presentation)

 

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