Merton, Morden and Mitcham: past and present
Wednesday 11 November 2020 at 2.00pm
We are pleased to announce an online lecture as part of our activities programme. The instructions to watch via Zoom are given below. There is no charge. The event will last for approximately an hour, including an opportunity to ask questions at the end.
How has your local area altered in recent decades? Can you remember what was there previously, or perhaps you are new to Merton and would like to know more about its past? Using images from Merton Heritage Service, Merton Historical Society and his own photographs, Mick Taylor will show how parts of Merton, Morden and Mitcham have evolved.
Mick has lived in the London Borough of Merton since 1976. With a background in learning and development, he volunteers at the Wandle Industrial Museum and for the Merton Heritage Service. He is also part of the photographic project team with Merton Historical Society.
On 11 November 2020, please click on the link below which will be available from 1:45pm.
Meeting ID: 835 6959 9125
Once Zoom opens, click on ‘Join with Video’, ‘Join with Computer Audio’ or ‘Call using internet audio’ (depending on your type of computer). You may want to make the Zoom screen full size and select ‘Speaker view’. Please keep your Zoom microphone muted.
For those who are unable to join “live”, we plan to record the lecture and a link will be made available on our website; look under What’s On. It will be available until 11 December 2020.