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Brett Irwin from PRONI(Public Record Office of N.I.) will deliver a presentation on 3 major aspects of the Great War which involved Lady Edith Londonderry. They are the formation of the Women’s Legion, the social club known as ‘the Ark’ and letters sent to her from the Western Front. Brett will base his talk on the archives relating to Lady Londonderry which are in the PRONI archives. Presentation will suit those with an interest in World War 1 as well as social history of the aristocracy.
Diane McCready and Margarita Pollock
028 9266 9345
1st Wednesday every month
Workshop offering advice when starting to research family history.
2 sessions: 10:30am -12:30pm and 2.00pm - 4.00pm
All ages welcome
Free - Booking Essential
Contact: Diane McCready/ Margarita Pollock
On First Wednesday of each month.
2 Sessions - one in the morning and one in afternoon
This group aims to allow everyone’s reading experiences to be shared and enjoyed.Participants don’t have to be library members but if you join, you can borrow the book the group will be discussing for free.Diane McCready and Margarita Pollock028 9266 9345Lisburncity.email@example.com
Meeting 2nd Tuesday of the month.
Each month the group will explore different topics and create a piece of writing.Diane McCready and Margarita Pollock028 9266 9345Lisburncity.firstname.lastname@example.org