The Society always has a lively and varied programme of interesting talks and visits which are selected to appeal to a wide local audience.
Talks are in the Cerne Abbas Village Hall, have easy wheelchair access to all areas and begin at 7:30pm unless notified.
Thursday 24th January
AGM and Party
Thursday 28nd February
The life of Augustus Lane-Fox Pitt Rivers: Adrian Green
Thursday 28th March
The Wreck of the Halsewell: Philip Browne
Thursday 25th April
The Myth and Magic of Water Meadows: Kathy Stearne
Thursday 23rd May
The Life of Pamela Digby/.Churchill/Harriman: Henry Lord Digby
*To be held at Minterne House*
Thursday 27th June
Poverty and Migration in 19th Century Dorset: Jane Ferentzi-Shepherd
Summer visit to be confirmed.
*Thursday 26th September
Research Findings from CHS members on topics related to the Pitt Rivers sale of Cerne Abbas in 1919. Please Note: the above talk on Researching the Sale will now form part of the events in the Church on Weds 2nd October at 7:30pm followed by the talk by Kate Adie on “Social Conditions in Cerne Abbas in 1919”, as seen in the “Cerne Abbas for Sale 1919” leaflet.
*At other times during the year there will be activities and events related to the Pitt-Rivers sale centenary, particularly during the week beginning 22nd September.
Thursday 24th October
The Osmington White Horse: Steve White
Thursday 28th November
The Black Death in Dorset: Mark Forrest
December 2019 tba
Film Show: to be arranged
Thursday 23rd January 2O2O
AGM and party