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Middleham and Dales Local History Group

  • Posted On: 4 March 2019

Yorkshire Heroes of Waterloo - a talk by Paul Brunyee

Venue: Middleham Key Centre   16 April 2019   14.00 - 16.00

Waterloo is a defining moment in the history of Britain. The men who fought there are commemorated across the land and this talk, with artefacts from the period, will show what some of those with Yorkshire connections experienced over those momentous weeks.

Paul Brunyee is a writer, a Waterloo tour guide and the editor of The Waterloo Journal. He has acted as an educational advisor to several museums and heritage groups and is a member of the national Waterloo200 legacy group. 

Annual membership of Middleham and the Dales Local History Group is still only £10, visitors are welcome at £3 per meeting. 

For more information contact Tony Keates by email or phone  01969 640436

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