WW1 Trenches Tour

WW1 trenches tour and barbeque at Hill End

Tuesday 20 September, 5-7pm: WWI trenches tour and barbeque at Hill End (between Oxford and Botley). An exciting opportunity to visit the historic practice trenches dug in Wytham Woods by Oxfordshire soldiers before they went to fight in the First World War.

This event has been organised by the Friends of Hill End

For booking click here.

Please note this is not a BMMHS Event so please contact Friends of Hill End directly about bookings or additional information.

Trenches Tour

SoFFAAM All Day Event – Falklands 40 Saturday 2nd April 2022

SoFFAAM All Day Event – Falklands 40 Saturday 2nd April 2022

First talk starting at 10.30am

Sea Harrier

On April 2nd 1982, the Argentine invasion of the Falkland Islands began. 40 years on, The Society of Friends of the Fleet Air Arm Museum in conjunction with the Museum invites you to a day of lectures, retrospectively looking at the events of the Falklands War through the eyes of those who took part.

This commemorative event will host guest speakers and a panel Q&A finale. These will include:

Lt. General Sir Michael Rose – SAS Commander.
 
Captain Michael Clapp – Commodore Amphibious Warfare.
 
Commodore Neill Thomas – CO 899 NAS, Sea Harrier Pilot.
 
Harry Benson – The youngest ‘Junglie’ pilot of the Falklands campaign.
 
To register:-
 
Attend in Person at Fleet Air Arm Museum
 
The first lecture begins at 10:30. The event will end with a Q&A Panel, to conclude at approximately 17:00. The Zoom will open shortly before the first speaker and close immediately after the Q&A session.
 

Friends of Millbank Zoom Talk – British Heritage in Valletta

Friday 23rd July 2021

18:30 pm

BMMHS members  are welcome to attend any of the Friends of Millbank talks, they are all virtual this year. Registration for each talk is via the Friends of Millbank website, the month of the talk. 
Their programme and the flyer for forthcoming talks can be downloaded from our website www.friendsofmillbank.org 
 
Friends of Millbank ask for a donation of £5 per talk from attendees, to help cover expenses. Alternatively, it is more cost-effective for most people to simply enrol as a Friend of Millbank, taking out the annual subscription of £20 which entitles you to free attendance at all talks (we have 12 this year), as well as other benefits, including free membership of the British Society for the History of Medicine as an affiliate member. Membership is open to all.
 
Contact details: 

Prior registration is required via 

www.friendsofmillbank.org

Friends of Millbank Zoom Talk – Blood, Metal & Dust

Friday 23rd July 2021

18:30 pm

BMMHS members  are welcome to attend any of the Friends of Millbank talks, they are all virtual this year. Registration for each talk is via the Friends of Millbank website, the month of the talk. 
Their programme and the flyer for forthcoming talks can be downloaded from our website www.friendsofmillbank.org 
 
Friends of Millbank ask for a donation of £5 per talk from attendees, to help cover expenses. Alternatively, it is more cost-effective for most people to simply enrol as a Friend of Millbank, taking out the annual subscription of £20 which entitles you to free attendance at all talks (we have 12 this year), as well as other benefits, including free membership of the British Society for the History of Medicine as an affiliate member. Membership is open to all.
 
Contact details: 

Prior registration is required via 

www.friendsofmillbank.org

Friends of Millbank Zoom Talk – A view from on high – the Defence Medical Services today, and a glimpse over the horizon

Friday 23rd April 2021

18:30 pm

BMMHS members  are welcome to attend any of the Friends of Millbank talks, they are all virtual this year. Registration for each talk is via the Friends of Millbank website, the month of the talk. 
Their programme and the flyer for forthcoming talks can be downloaded from our website www.friendsofmillbank.org 
 
Friends of Millbank ask for a donation of £5 per talk from attendees, to help cover expenses. Alternatively, it is more cost-effective for most people to simply enrol as a Friend of Millbank, taking out the annual subscription of £20 which entitles you to free attendance at all talks (we have 12 this year), as well as other benefits, including free membership of the British Society for the History of Medicine as an affiliate member. Membership is open to all.
 
Contact details: 

Prior registration is required via 

www.friendsofmillbank.org