Wednesday 6th February 2019 7:30pm

Location: Settlebeck School

Contact: Richard Cann, 015396 20771

Website: http://www.sedberghhistory.org/

Admission: Members £1, non members £2, includes refreshments

The talk covers the contribution of cattle droving to industrialisation, its growth during wartime and the adverse effects of cattle plague. The reasons for its decline and ending are also covered.

Some other events in February 2019

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Wednesday 20th February 2019 7:30pm

History Society – Invasion via Garsdale, June 1487

An illustrated talk by Adrian Braddon about a force of Yorkist royalists, German mercenaries, Irish Levies and the person they had crowned King Edward VI.

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