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Tea and Talk – The Romford Outrage, Linda Rhodes

Come and hear Linda Rhodes talk about the Romford Outrage – the murder of Inspector Simmonds in 1885. Wednesday 12th September, 10.30am. The talk is free to attend if you […]

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Last Summer Pottery Cafe

Join us for the last Pottery Cafe of the summer holidays. We operate on a first come first served basis and you pay per item you paint. Times are 10am-2pm.

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Open Day

To coincide with the Relaunch of DiscoverMe http://discoverme.london/ The Old Chapel will be open for you to come and learn about the history of the building and Upminster. 2pm-5pm, Free […]

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Tea and Talk – Havering Local Studies, Simon Donoghue

Hear about the very many interesting items in our local studies library. The talk is free for Friends of the Old Chapel otherwise £2 with refreshments included. Wed 11 July, 10.30am.

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Children’s Painting Pottery Cafe

Painting Pottery Cafe is back in February Half Term. Let the kids get creative and paint items of pottery. You pay per item you paint and prices start from £5. […]

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Tea and Talk – Exploring the Georgian Interior of Benjamin Franklin House

  Our Gemma returns to tell us about research carried out to find out how the London home of this Founding Father might have looked. The talk is free for […]

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Christmas Craft Fair

The Festive Season starts at our Christmas Craft Fair. Browse the stalls for decorations for the home and some handmade Christmas Presents. Free Entry. 10am-4pm

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Tea and Talk – The Role of women of Huguenot Descent in the Great War

Keith is back for the 2nd of his talks on the Huguenot family. The talk is free for Friends of the Old Chapel otherwise £2 with refreshments included. Wed 8 […]

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London Open House

Our next Open Day will be part of Open House London. Free Entrance. Sunday 17 September 2pm-5pm

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Tea and Talk – The Seige of Colchester

Join Geoff Hartnell for a talk about the causes, conduct and consequences of the 1648 Siege of Colchester. The talk is free for Friends of the Old Chapel otherwise £2 […]

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