A History of Woodford - an exhibition by Redbridge Museum

South Woodford Library, 116 High Road, London
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Free

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South Woodford Library
High Road, E18 2QS

Nearest Stations

South Woodford 0.48 miles

Website

http://www.redbridge.gov.uk/museum

Explore the rich and surprising history of Woodford
in this special exhibition by Redbridge Museum

From the elegant homes of wealthy traders and travellers of the 18th century to the growth of modern suburbia, this
display uncovers an area where the city meets the country.

Discover the work of local MP Sir Winston Churchill; the suffragette and political campaigner Sylvia Pankhurst;Woodford’s links with empire and trade; and listen to voices of ordinary people from the last 100 years.

Through a range of objects, photographs,films and documents, visitors can view Woodford in a new light.

Tuesday 1 May
***Winston Churchill the Member for Epping and Woodford***
This illustrated talk outlines the role of
Churchill as the MP for Woodford and Wanstead between 1924 and 1964.
Time: 7.30pm-9pm
Tickets: £2.50 including light refreshment
Bookings: South Woodford Library 020 8708 9067/
Redbridge Museum 020 8708 2317

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