WHERE – Scots Church – Robert White Hall
Corner of Collins & Russell Streets, Melbourne
COST – includes a morning tea and biscuits and tea/coffee during the lunch break and the afternoon tea break. For lunch you can bring your own or get something from one of the nearby cafes or coffee shops.
Pre-book – by 16 March 2020 to be in the draw for several hundred $$$ in prizes.
- pre-booked (by 16 Mar 2020) – $95
- on the day – $110
Refund policy – early booking is safe. If your circumstances change between your booking and the event, preventing you from attending, we will refund your booking fee in full – as long as you let us know by the day before the event.
MONDAY 23 March 2020
9.00am – registration and exhibition
9.25am – welcome and seminar introduction
9.30am – Outside the church – nonconformist records ‐ Alec Tritton
10.20am – break and exhibition
10.50am – Probate records before and after 1858 ‐ Else Churchill
11.40am – Apprenticeships before 1850 in the city, borough and parish ‐ Alec Tritton
12.30pm – prize draw
12.40pm – lunch break and exhibition
2.00pm – 19th century newspapers: 18th century journals & local directories, poll books ‐ Else Churchill
2.50pm – Before the workhouse: the old poor laws ‐ Alec Tritton
3.40pm – break and exhibition
4.00pm – London problems and solutions ‐ Else Churchill
4.50pm – closing questions – both speakers
5.00pm – close
Food & drink
- morning tea break – tea/coffee and biscuits will be provided
- lunch break – bring you own or go to one of the many nearby cafes or coffee shops. Tea/coffee will be available at the venue
- afternoon tea break – tea/coffee will be available at the venue
Location and access – Scots Church, Corner of Collins & Russell Streets, Melbourne – Robert White Hall
- tram – the nearest tram stop is 150 metres away – 101 Collins St, stop 7
- car – there is a Wilson car park at the back of Scots Church (entry from Little Collins St).
Early bird parking (entry before 9am and leave after 2pm) is $40.
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