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Autumn Online Talks at Clifton House

2 North Queen Street, Belfast, County Antrim, BT15 1ES
Autumn Online Talks at Clifton House

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Every Friday afternoon at 1pm, Clifton House will be moving their unique tours online, allowing you to find out more about life in the Poor House, or the stories surrounding some of those buried in Clifton Graveyard. Every week will be a different topic.

Our latest online talk topics include:

Children and the Poor House, 16th October, Book online: https://cliftonbelfast.com/event/children-and-the-belfast-poor-house-online-talk/

HERstory: The Women of Clifton House Online Talk, 23rd October, Book online: https://cliftonbelfast.com/event/herstory-the-women-of-clifton-house-online-talk-2/

Exploring the Darker Side of Clifton Street Cemetery Online Talk, 30th October. Book online: https://cliftonbelfast.com/event/exploring-the-darker-side-of-clifton-street-cemetery-online-talk/

Clifton House Autumn Talk Series Belfast: Georgian Town to Divided City 1770-1920, 5th November to 3rd December. Book online: https://cliftonbelfast.com/event/clifton-house-autumn-talk-series-belfast-georgian-town-to-divided-city-1770-1920/

Doctors & Disease: The Medical History of the Poor House Online Talk, 6th November. Book online: https://cliftonbelfast.com/event/doctors-disease-the-medical-history-of-the-poor-house-online-talk-3/

Lesser Spotted Graves of Clifton Street Cemetery Online Talk, 13th November. Book online: https://cliftonbelfast.com/event/lesser-spotted-graves-of-clifton-street-cemetery-online-talk-3/

Mary Ann McCracken (1770-1866): Her Life and Times Online Talk, 20th November. Book online: https://cliftonbelfast.com/event/mary-ann-mccracken-1770-1866-her-life-and-times-online-talk/

Paper & Politics: The Joy Family Online Talk, 27th November. Book online: https://cliftonbelfast.com/event/paper-politics-the-joy-family-online-talk-2/

For our full calendar of events, visit https://cliftonbelfast.com/whats-on/list/

All virtual live talks will be facilitated by Clifton House’s knowledgeable staff and volunteers using Zoom. Numbers for these hour-long sessions will be limited to 30, to allow for Q&A sessions at the end. The Meeting ID to join the online tour will be sent out the morning of the talk.

This virtual talk will take via Zoom. On purchasing a ticket, a Zoom ID will be emailed to you on the morning of the event.

For further information, email archive@cliftonbelfast.org.uk

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Opening Times

16/10/2020 (16 Oct 2020 - 27 Nov 2020)

* Every Friday at 1pm

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