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Bourne End photo Burnend (first recorded 1236) "End of the Stream" is where the Wye flows into the Thames. Nestling in the Chilterns alongside the river, the village has been the home of papermakers, lacemakers and brickmakers. Today Bourne End is a thriving village close to London and even closer to the open countryside of the Chiltern Hills in central southern England.


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A Victorian Christmas PDF Print E-mail
Written by Dave Foster   
A victorian christmas scene thumbnailSorry but you have missed this centreTalk For our last centreTalk of 2016 Catherine Grigg, curator at the Wycombe Museum, will talk on A Victorian Christmas. Christmas may go back over 2,000 years but a surprising number of the things we now do to celebrate a 'traditional Christmas' are Victorian in their origin. This talk examines exactly what the Victorians did for Christmas, from Christmas cards to carols, and toys and trees to turkey. Could even the desire for a white Christmas be a Victorian invention? Join us for this festive talk to find out what the Victorians did for Christmas and why.

A victorian christmas scene

Thursday November 10th 2016. Doors open at 19:30, talk starts at 19:45
centreTalks are held on the 2nd Thursday each month at Bourne End Community Centre.

Tickets are available from the Community Centre office and bar price £4 (£3 for Community Association members) or on the door price £5 (£4 for members).

centreTalks are a fund raising activity of Bourne End (Bucks) Community Association.
Last Updated ( Saturday, 19 November 2016 )
 
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