Middle of the week means plenty to do

We here at the Plymouth History Festival don’t believe Wednesdays should be boring, so we’ve got plenty lined up to keep you interested. Buckland Abbey has an in-depth tour in the morning, and Gifford Cemetery has a tour in the afternoon. If you missed the chance to be taken around Elliot Terrace then tomorrow is your last opportunity so don’t miss out. There’s some fascinating talks on offer tomorrow as well. Did you know about Captain Scott and Plymouth’s Antarctic Connections? If not then the Museum is on hand to tell you all about it. If you’re stuck at work all day, then you could always stimulate your mind with something different in our evening talks at Plymouth University. The Portland Square Building has a talk on Constructing Gender and Sexuality: Cultures with More than Two Genders, and the Roland Levinsky Building has a talk on the Second World War in Plymouth: Destruction and a New Beginning. How can you say no?!


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