To mark its 100th anniversary Bexhill Museum is holding a series of lectures on a host of interesting topics over the coming weeks.
There have already been talks on conscientious objectors from the First World War, by local historian Ann Kramer, and adventures in the outdoor world by Sussex Wildlife Trust community officer Michael Blencowe.
Next up on March 5 is Geoffrey Mead’s lecture on The Great Agricultural Depression, the Disaster of World War One and Homes for Heroes, followed on March 19 by Edward Mayer’s Swift Conversation.
Then in April Councillor Stuart Earl delivers a talk on The History of Earl’s Bakery, with Mick Lynn rounding the series off on April 16 with his showcase on beekeeping.
The talks take place at St Augustine’s Church Hall off Cooden Drive on a Wednesday afternoon at 2.30pm, usually finishing at 4pm.
Refreshments are provided and there is an entry fee of £3 for members and £4 for non-members.