Smuggling on the East Coast by Andy Beharrell

Over several centuries a surprising diversity of goods were traded between East Anglia, northern France and the Low Countries and this two way trade helped the local economies. Andy used the lock-down to prepare this presentation on what he discovered during his researches.

What: Smuggling on the East Coast talk, with or without a meal, at the RHYC.

When: Saturday 2nd April at 18:00 - Doors open at 18:00, Dinner at 18:45, Talk at 20:00.

Where: At the Royal Harwich Yacht Club, Woolverstone, Ipswich, IP9 1AT.

Directions to the Royal Harwich Yacht Club - A PDF download with a map.

Lat and Long: N52⁰ 0.34’ E001⁰ 11.8’ ; National Grid Reference: TM 1952 3896 ; What.Three.Words location: lion.jumpy.chuckling

Booking: Will open about six weeks before the event.

 

Organiser: Bram Van de Have

Contact: Simon and Georgette Harrison, suffolk@theca.org.uk

P.S. Covid: The Club will adhere to the Government rules and advice applicable at the time.