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Due to the Public Health situation - Events are on hold or cancelled until further notice.



The Thames from Oxford to Windsor

 The Marlow Society regret that, due to the current public health situation, the lecture on Tuesday 24th March is indefinitely postponed.  We hope to rebook the speaker at a later date.


The Thames from Oxford to Windsor

Shaping history through the centuries


Tuesday 24th March 2020

Liston Hall, Chapel Street, SL7 1DD



Members: £3.00 Visitors: £4.50


A talk by Peter Halman

Since the earliest times, the Thames has had a profound influence on historical events and on the lives of those who lived near to the river. The talk will consider the river’s role as a political boundary, a means of livelihood, a line of communication, a source of food and more recently, a highly valued social and environmental resource.


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Peter Halman has lived in the Thames Valley for many years and is actively involved in local history and heritage matters in his home village of Wargrave.


Refreshments will be available after the lecture.



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