Radstock Museum runs two series of TALKS.
Bygone Days talks celebrate both local and national history.
Science in Radstock talks are ‘popular science’ talks; an eclectic mixture of current science disciplines and past, present and future technologies.
There are several ways to keep in touch with the Museum talks programmes.
You can sign up for the monthly Museum Newsletter, which is distributed by email, and includes details of Events, Talks, Exhibitions, Children’s activities and other snippets of News.
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You can also ask to be on the reminder email list for each of the talk series – see below.
SCIENCE IN RADSTOCK TALK
Tuesday April 18th 2017 at Radstock Working Men’s’ Club at 7.30 pm.
The HISTORY AND MYSTERY OF MAPS by Tony Painter
The talk will explore the history and fascination of maps, covering the development of mapping from medieval times, the early years of the Ordnance Survey, military mapping including wartime and Soviet mapping and aspects of detail, accuracy and falsification.
Tony Painter was a MoD Map Research Officer from 1968 to 2005 witnessing many changes in mapping and survey techniques. He is now retired and works for a local history map publisher.
Admission £3.00: Under 18 years FREE
The SCIENCE in RADSTOCK TALKS are organised by Museum Volunteers, in support of the Museum. Due to their increased popularity, some talks may be transferred away from the Museum to another local venue. Details will be posted here or you can ask to be placed onto the Science in Radstock emailing list by sending an email request to firstname.lastname@example.org
The BYGONE DAYS TALKS are organised by Museum Volunteers, in support of the Museum. Due to their increased popularity, some talks may be transferred away from the Museum to another local venue. Details will be posted here or you can ask to be placed onto the Bygone Days emailing list by sending an email request to email@example.com
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