EVENTS
Association Events

For a wider list of events relating to the Waterloo and the Napoleonic era, please visit the Waterloo 200 events page.
Events with a Napoleonic connection in 2016, compiled by
Suzanne Brunt, 63 Playstool Rd, Newington, Sittingbourne, Kent ME9 7NL
Suzanne.brunt@talktalk.net      01795 842992

Please send me full details of any events in your area

DECEMBER 2017

06+07 Dec  1930  Scarlet and Gold 2017 Concert
Cadogan Hall, Sloane Square, London
www.householddivision.org.uk   0207 730 4500

Guards Chapel, Birdcage Walk, London
1300-1400  Free lunchtime concerts
28th Nov  Irish Guards
12th Dec  Guards Brass Dectet
0207 414 3229 for more info.

06 Dec  Fort Nelson Portsmouth
Talk ''Development of Artillery''
info@armouries.org.uk

11th Dec  1430  Fordingbridge Historical Society
Paul Chamberlain talk ''Napoleonic Prisoners' Bone Ships etc''
http://www.thefordingbridgehistoricalsociety.com

John Tams and Barry Coope Concert Details on
www.johntams.co.uk   examples include
16 Nov  Hereford   18 Nov  Halton,Lancs
15 Feb 2018  Beverley      more info from
sallytams@burginfarm.co.uk

2018 Events

22nd Feb  Friends of The British Cemetery Elvas Portugal
Advance notice of The Spring Reception to be held at
Brooks Club, St James St, London.
Register for full details with Major Nick Hallidie
nickah3559@gmail.com   01787 880445

03+04 March  Annual Napoleonic Weekend
Bingham, Notts  NG13 8AH
will include talks, demonstrations, book sales and much more.
Register  with Peter Youds and see website for full info
http://www.bicorn.co.uk

2018 Battleproms Bookings open at
www.battleproms.com
PENINSULAR WAR WEEKEND - WATERLOO: THE OLD WORLD AND THE NEW
Friday March 23, 2018 at 18:30 to Sunday March 25, 2018 at 13:30
With the battle bicentenaries behind us we turn to the bigger picture, and place the Peninsular War in its global context. We look at the North American conflicts of 1812, the Haitian revolt against Napoleon, and the demise of the Spanish Empire in South America. We study the development of army medical services post-Waterloo, and the career of a famous Wolf.

Speakers: Paul Brunyee, Mick Crumplin, John Morewood & John Sadler

Organised by the Waterloo Association www.highamhall.com/waterloo-association
Residential: £236 Non-residential: £169

Anyone interested in attending should apply directly to
phone: 017687 76276 (during office hours)
email: admin@highamhall.com