Winter Study Day was held on Saturday, 1 February 2020 at Haughley Park. In a packed Barn, the theme was the Abbey of St Edmunds. Speakers included historian Clive Paine on the mysterious St Edmund, Dr Richard Hoggart on “Bury St Edmunds: The Abbey and Antiquities” and Howard Stephens on the Bury St Edmunds Cross.
Spring Field Day….May – details to be announced
Annual Service….July – Details to be announced
Winter Study Day – Saturday 10th February 2018
Thanks to the generosity of Robert Williams and his family we are delighted to invite you to the annual study day.
The programme will be both interesting and thought provoking. Mark Mitchels, the well known local historian and author will speak in the morning on Parson Woodforde, and in the afternoon Tony Redman, chartered building surveyor and Anglican priest, will surprise us!
As usual, the venue will be The Barn at Haughley Park, near Stowmarket. The day will start at 10:30 with coffee. There will be a hot lunch (including a pudding with custard), followed by the afternoon session which will end about 3:00pm. The cost per person is £12. Bookings should be made via the SHCT office in Long Melford.