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Newsletter, July 2011 (Issue 184)

Winter Lectures to Enjoy


To be held in Methodist Church, Museum Street (entrance Black Horse Lane) at 7.30 pm.

12 October
'Ipswich's Business Improvement District' by William Coe and Paul Clement

William Coe is the Chairman and Paul Clement the Chief Executive of Ipswich BID, a company set up by IBC to manage and improve the environment of the town centre and business opportunities there.

14 December
'Getting Wolsey's Statue in its Place' by Dr John Blatchly

Dr Blatchly, formerly Headmaster of Ipswich School, is a local historian, guide and enthusiastic champion of Medieval Ipswich - as many members know.

11 January
'Sherrington, Ipswich's Most Eminent Son' by Dr Michael Cook

Dr Michael Cook was a Consultant Anaesthetist at Ipswich Hospital; Sir Charles Sherrington's discoveries are a central part of the knowledge of the modern anaesthetist.

15 February
'Producing and Distributing Electricity for Suffolk' by Dr Michael Coleman.

Dr Coleman has now retired from managing Sizewell and Bradwell nuclear power stations. A nuclear physicist by training, he was Chairman of Sussex Preservation Society.

14 March
'Managing Suffolk's Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty' by Nick Collinson.

Nick Collinson manages The Suffolk Heaths and Coast AONB to which he is adding the Dedham Vale AONB, hopefully to be extended in the near future.

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