Talk to Archive Staff, enjoy our all-day talks programme or browse stalls covering aspects of our local heritage and cultural organisations in Haringey.
Museum café open all day for tea, cake and sandwiches.
The line-up for the all day talks programme is as follows:
(each talk lasts 20 – 30 minutes):
11.15am “The Discovery of a Harringay Estate Map” by Bethany Burrow Atherton, (Harringay Online)
11.55am “The Chinese Workforce Heritage Project” by Robert Waite, Deputy Curator (on behalf of Ming-Ai, Institute, Bounds Green)
12.35pm “Famous Sons & Daughters of Tottenham” by Alan Swain (Summerhill Road website)
1 – 2pm Lunch break
2pm “Alexandra Palace Theatre – a history” by Marlene McAndrew (Friends of Bruce Castle) 2.40pm “As Alan Saw It: Alan Woodward – An Appreciation of his Life and Work” by members of Radical History Network for North East London
3.10pm Tea break
3.30pm “The Moselle and Other Watery History” by Albert Pinching & David Dell, Hornsey Historical Soc
4.10pm “Picture This! The BBC Your Paintings website by Deborah Hedgecock, Curator
The Search Room will be open 11am – 4.30pm, where not only you can see a special small display of archives celebrating 100 years of Risley Primary School of Tottenham, but also you can ask staff about researching local history and family history.
(Please note: this is an introduction to the service and a chance to ask questions, and not a time for research.)
Deborah Hedgecock, Curator, Bruce Castle Museum