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AAAHS Meeting – Talk: ‘Cholsey – a very special place’ by Tony Rayner

18th November - 7:45 pm - 9:00 pm
The talk will outline the history of Cholsey village from Saxon times until the present day and will feature some of its notable residents over the years. These include the world’s most published female author – Agatha Christie.
Image: Winterbrook House: Agatha Christie’s House in Cholsey

About the speaker: Tony Rayner (Cholsey resident, naturalist and historian)

Following retirement from Oxfam twenty years ago, Tony devoted much of his time to natural history interests and to writing. The writing includes over 100 nature articles for Cholsey’s magazine and three published books about Cholsey with a fourth in the pipeline. He is a former president of Reading & District Natural History Society and a former Chairman of Abingdon Naturalists’ Society.

We are very pleased to have resumed our meetings in the Northcourt Centre. For conditions of venue’s use see our website.
Visitors are very welcome to attend meetings (suggested donation £3).
If you want to join the AAAHS, there’s a Membership Form on our website, or you can contact any of the committee members.

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Date:
18th November
Time:
7:45 pm - 9:00 pm
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Venue

The Northcourt Centre, Abingdon OX14 1NS
Northcourt Road,
Abingdon, OX14 1NS
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Phone:
01235 555353
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