The Life and Times of Ernest Seward
- Red House Museum
- 2:00pm Wednesday 20 Nov 2013
A talk on the fascinating life of Alan Brown's maternal grandfather's brother who was born in Chardstock (then in Dorset). He fought in the Boer War with the Devonshire Regiment, fought again in WW1 and ended up living in Manitoba in Canada.
Please contact the Museum to book places as space is limited. This event begins at 2pm and costs £4 to Friends of the Red House Museum or £6 to non-members. Price includes refreshments.
Please note that our talks usually take place in our second floor lecture room, accessed via two flights of stairs.
- Cost: £4 to members / £6 to non-members
- Venue: Red House Museum
- Telephone: 01202 482860