Museum Lecture: A Short History of the Lower Otter by Charlotte Hodgson

Tuesday 19th October at Matthews Hall

Door Opens 11.30 for 12 Noon Start

We had to change the date and topic of the October Lecture which will now be on Tuesday 19th October at Matthews Hall.

We are very pleased that Charlotte Hodgson, who is responsible for the archive collections stored at the Museum, will be our speaker. Previously Charlotte worked as an archivist in Glamorgan, South Wales and now has a part time post at Clinton Devon Estates.

Charlotte will be speaking in her capacity of Archivist for the Clinton Devon Estates. The presentation will be about the uses of the lower reaches of the River Otter over time and the modifications made to the river by man and nature over the centuries.

We hope you can attend this free talk and look forward to seeing you at this final lecture in our 2021 Museum Lecture season.