Royston and Saffron Walden National Trust Association meeting being held tomorrow

PUBLISHED: 17:24 29 October 2009 | UPDATED: 22:02 31 May 2010

A MEETING of the Royston and Saffron Walden National Trust Association is being held tomorrow (Friday October 30). Chloe Cockerill will be giving a talk entitled Every dog has his day in which she will be presenting examples of dogs in heraldry and art.

A MEETING of the Royston and Saffron Walden National Trust Association is being held tomorrow (Friday October 30).

Chloe Cockerill will be giving a talk entitled 'Every dog has his day' in which she will be presenting examples of dogs in heraldry and art.

This will take place in Royston Town Hall. Tea and coffee will be served from 7.30pm, followed by the talk at 8pm.

All members of the National Trust, volunteers, friends and visitors are welcome, at a cost of £2 for members of the association and £3 for visitors including refreshments. For further details ring 01799 527933.

Each month during the winter season meetings are held alternately in Royston and Saffron Walden, with speakers providing illustrated talks on a wide variety of topics.

In September Honor Ridout presented a talk about the 800 years of Cambridge University. Members enjoyed a day trip to Cookham, which included a lecture and tour of the Stanley Spencer Gallery followed by a guided walking tour of the village, and then visited Benjamin Disraeli's home, Hughenden Manor.

Further information about the association and news of its varied programme of forthcoming events, including day trips throughout the summer period and short holidays, are available on the website www.roystonnt.org.uk or contact e-mail secretary@roystonnt.org.uk


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