Turnips, Turnpikes and Tumbrils

Location: Central Library, Chaucer Room 1st Floor, Townley Road, Bexleyheath, Kent DA6 7HJ
Description: George III's reign was longer than any other King's in British history. It saw revolutions in agriculture, transport and industry as well as in New England and France. It also saw concerted attempts to reform society and to improve the lot of ordinary people. These events dramatically transformed Bexley and left marks on the Borough that we can still see today, as Community Archivist, Oliver Wooller will describe.

Tickets are non-refundable and must be obtained in advance from Bexley Local Studies and Archive Centre.

Time: 2.30pm to 3.30pm

Admission: £4.40

Tel: 020 8303 7777

Email: archives@bexley.gov.uk

Website: Bexley Archives & Local History

Event Date
15 October 2020 14:30–15:30