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WHAT'S ON & WHEN

We are planning a host of events throughout the Anniversary year.

Here is a preview of some of the ways in which you can join us in celebrating our 50th Anniversary.

The programme of events will develop throughout 2014, with details and new events added.

Thursday, 27 March 2014 - Thursday, 27 March 2014< Previous Day | Next Day >
Thursday, 27 March 2014

C4AR Pathways to Impact Seminar Series

Event Time: TBC
Venue: Lancaster University Campus

Ageing and Health: How can research knowledge influence and support our understanding and treatment of diseases of old age?

One of a short series of seminars focussing on how research can inform organisations to enable them to better work together to benefit the health and wellbeing of the UK's 10 million over 65 year olds. This event examines how research findings can most effectively influence policy and practice around the treatment of diseases of old age, and the importance of engaging end-users in this process.

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Thursday, 27 March 2014

Campus in the City

Event Time: Until Saturday 19 April
Venue: St Nicholas Arcades, Lancaster City Centre

Campus In The City is an 11 week project run by Lancaster University's Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (FASS) Enterprise Centre in partnership with St Nicholas Arcades.

Designed to bring the activities and research that takes place on campus to Lancaster City centre, Campus in the City is completely free to the public so please pop in and have a look around.

For more information on our events go to the Campus in the City Facebook page or follow Campus in the City on Twitter - #campusinthecity

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Thursday, 27 March 2014

The Winders of Wyresdale Local Histories – International Destinies

Event Time: 1pm to 5pm
Venue: Meeting room two, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (FASS) building, Lancaster University Campus

Distinguished Professor Mike Beckerman with friends and colleagues will present a series of talks followed by discussion, based on the work of Andy Hornby and his book 'The Winders of Wyresdale'.

1pm - The Winders of Wyresdale - Andy Hornby

2-2.45pm - Roundtable Discussion - Michael Beckerman, Andy Hornby, Duncan Bell, Sue Allan

3-4pm - Bagpipes and Local History - Angus Winchester

4-5pm - The Story of a Niggun - Naomi Tadmor and Michael Beckerman

The event is free and open to all. No registration necessary.

This event is followed by a concert at 7:30pm at the Gregson Centre, Lancaster.  See calendar for more information.

Venue: Meeting room two, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (FASS) building, Lancaster University Campus – click here for a map of Campus

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Thursday, 27 March 2014

Concert: The Winders of Wyresdale Local Histories

Event Time: 7:30pm
Venue: The Gregson Centre, Moorgate, Lancaster. LA1 3EF

A concert celebrating music from the Dolphinholme (near Lancaster) area from the early 1800s, featuring Folk to Folk, Northern Frisk, Celia Briar and Howard Haigh.

The evening will be an opportunity to enjoy re-interpretations of music that would have been familiar to Thomas Hardy and Jane Austen.

The concert will followed by an open folk session with local musicians.

The event is free and open to all.

No registration necessary

 

Also on 27th March, distinguished Professor Mike Beckerman, friends and colleagues will present a series of talks followed by discussion, based on the work of Andy Hornby and his book 'The Winders of Wyresdale'.

1pm - The Winders of Wyresdale - Andy Hornby

2-2.45pm - Roundtable Discussion - Michael Beckerman, Andy Hornby, Duncan Bell, Sue Allan

3-4pm - Bagpipes and Local History - Angus Winchester

4-5pm - The Story of a Niggun - Naomi Tadmor and Michael Beckerman

See the calendar for more information.

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