First Milton Heritage Society talk of the 2020 – 2021


The first Milton Heritage Society talk of the 2020 – 2021 season is being given by Dr Henry Goodall on Friday 11th of September 2020 at 7.00pm. It is a fascinating account of the Mulberry Harbours and Lepe Beach in the run up to D-Day. The talk will be held in the Memorial Centre, in Whitefield Road, New Milton. It is also being shown via Zoom to an audience at home.

In the Memorial Centre, social distancing will be maintained. The maximum number in the audience has been capped. All seats have now been allocated by our secretary. All members attending must wear a mask. Hand sanitiser will be provided on the door. A register of attendees will be kept for track and trace compliance. Please do not turn up at the hall unless you have a seat allocated to you.

It is still possible to register to see the talk via Zoom. This is free of charge to Milton Heritage Society Members. For visitors there is a £5.00 charge or a £12 charge to become a member of the MHS for the next year ensuring access to all future talks.

If you are uncertain how to Zoom MHS Committee member Philip Benstead will be giving tuition at 7.00 pm on Thursday 10th of September 2020.

If you would like to register to attend the talk via Zoom or to take part in the tuition session please contact our membership secretary Steve West via, or via 01425 619958.


Nick Saunders


Milton Heritage Society.  

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