The small but excellent team at Lambeth Archives have announced a series of on-line talks delivered live via Zoom.
The first one is happening this evening when Jon Newman, one of the two Archives Managers, will talk about “Why Parks Matter”. Scroll down for log-in details.
Jon is a first-rate speaker, writer and historian. He will be telling the story of local campaigns in the 19th century to preserve common lands and to create public parks.
We must all be grateful for the pioneering work of those socially aware and determined campaigners, now that in our crowded city parks and open spaces are even more vital.
Log-in details, as given by Lambeth Archives
Log in tonight, Thursday 16th April at 18.45, by clicking on this link.
Meeting ID: 919 3951 6549. Password: 031172
Otherwise, and perhaps to get a more robust link, email firstname.lastname@example.org now for login details
You do not have to have a Zoom account to join these talks. You will be prompted to download the software once you have clicked on the above link. You can also create an account, but it is not essential. If you are a first-time Zoom user, please allow yourself time to do this before the talk starts.
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I’ll look out for you in the audience on the screen, Pat!