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Harberton & Harbertonford History Society

Zoom Talk by Todd Gray
Exeter and Devon’s Cloth Trade in the 18th Century

Tuesday November 17th at 7.30pm via Zoom
Dear <<First Name>>,

We are delighted to let you know that Todd Gray has agreed to give an online talk to our society on Tuesday November 17th at 7.30pm via Zoom. 
The title of the talk is :

Exeter and Devon’s Cloth Trade in the 18th Century.

We are so pleased to be able to offer this talk which will be free of charge. 
 
It is of particular interest given the subject of our Oral History Project which, as you may know, is the Woollen Mill in Harbertonford.
If you are interested in joining this free Zoom meeting please email us by clicking on the link below. We will send you an email with an invitation link and instructions on how to join the meeting.

We will also include guidance on how to join a Zoom meeting for those new to online talks. It is a relatively simple process so don't be put off by the technology.
Register interest in Todd's talk

Todd Gray was born and raised in New England, USA and first visited Devon on a school trip in 1973. He undertook a degree in London and then studied for a PhD at the University of Exeter and since then has been a research fellow at the university. In 1992 he became a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society.

In 2014 Todd was awarded an MBE for voluntary services to Devon's history and has been involved on the committees of many local organisations.

Todd has published over 40 books, 14 of which are about Exeter. 

In 2018 Todd was awarded the Honorary Freedom of the City of Exeter.

Todd has delivered enjoyable and informative talks to our History in the past.

We very much hope you will join us for this, our first online talk (possibly the first of many!) and look forward to seeing you on the 17 th November.

With Best Wishes,

Jill
 
Jill Powell
Secretary 
Harberton and Harbertonford History Society
 
 
Chairmen: Derek Robinson (Harbertonford) & Stanley Oldfield (Harberton)
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