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July 2022 – Visit to St. Andrew’s Church, West Bradenham

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MNFHS meetings

Meetings are held on the third Wednesday of each month (except December) in the church hall behind Trinity Methodist Church, Theatre Street, Dereham NR19 2EP, at 7.30pm. New members and visitors are always welcome. Please see the Program page for further details, or the News page for the latest updates.

MID-NORFOLK FAMILY HISTORY SOCIETY
Invite you to join us for a visit to

St. ANDREW’S CHURCH
WEST BRADENHAM

Margaret Bohn looks at the lives of
villagers and their interaction with
the C.19 squire and his family

Wednesday 20th July
7.30 pm

START DIGGING INTO YOUR PAST!

ENTRANCE £3 to non-members – TEA or COFFEE INCLUDED

Please join us – you will be made very welcome

Visit www.mnfhs.org/program/
or www.facebook.com/MidNorfolkFHS

Next meeting: Wed. 17th August. Steve Manning tells us about
using newspapers in your family history research.

Please see Comments (below) for directions and further details.


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  1. Directions to St Andrew’s Church, Church Lane, Bradenham, IP25 7QT;
    Leave Dereham at junction with Homebase and Roys, onto the A1075 (Shipdham Road) to Toftwood, and then on to Shipdham (a long village).
    At the far end of Shipdham, turn right at Threeways Garage, signposted Bradenham. Entering the village and passing St Mary’s Church, continue to the Village Green. Turn right here onto Mill Street. When you reach the ford cross over and take the first left, signposted St Andrew’s Church. A short distance along, the road forks, bear left and the church is in front of you.

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  2. Further details;
    Wed. 20th July, 7:30pm.
    Meet at St Andrews Church Bradenham IP25 7QT

    Margaret Bohn will be sharing tales of the Squire, William Meybohm Rider Haggard, his family (including famous Victorian author Rider Haggard), and their relationship with their servants.

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