A conference organised by the Friends of the Centre for English Local History at the School of Museum Studies, 19 University Road, Leicester on Saturday 24th February 2018
- 09.30-10.00 Registration
- 10.00-10.10 Introduction Director of the Centre, Richard Jones
Chair of morning session: Chris Dyer
- 10.10-10.50 Richard Jones, Living with water: past, present and future.
- 10.50-11.30 Michael Gilbert, Guarding against the storm: the manorial court and the commission of sewers
- 11.30-11.50 Morning coffee
- 11.50-12.30 Alister Sutherland, Non-armigerous seals in north-east Lincolnshire.
- 12.30-13.10 Liz Round, ‘The said town for many years has been called Sodom’: The position of Thomas Fox, Vicar of Bromyard.
- 13.10-14.10 Lunch: 5 Salisbury Road
Chair of afternoon session: Andrew Hopper
- 14.10-14.50 Ismini Pells, Children, violence and trauma in the English Civil Wars.
- 14.50-15.30 Phil Batman, Some Victorian migrations: kinship families on the move.
- 15.30-15.50 Afternoon tea
- 15.50-16.30 Nicola Blacklaws, Detention over Sundays: Vagrancy Policy in Central Wales, c. 1900-1930.
- 16.30-16.45 Conclusion, Chairman of the Friends, Noel Tornbohm