Historic Headley

Friday 24th October 2014

Doors open 7.30 for 8pm start
at Headley Village Hall

The second in a series of talks on the history of Headley and its surroundings, organised by John Owen Smith

Tonight: two tales with a local connection

  • A Rector reports an illustrated talk by John Owen Smith on Wallis Hay Laverty, Rector of Headley 1872-1928: the man, his family, his works and his notebooks.

  • "Short Man, Bought My Carrots" an illustrated talk by Jane Lewis about her study on 'Life and Labour in an Agricultural Village' using our Headley as an example.
       Jane works at the Surrey History Centre in Woking .

Refreshments available between talks

Entry 5 on the door no need to book

Includes an exhibition from the Headley Archives