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All Patrons and Friends are invited to celebrate the festive season with mince pies and a toast to St Barbe.  Voluntary donations.

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Location: Lymington Baptist Churc, New Street

A talk by Philip Lawrence As England wakes to the threat of Spanish invasion in the spring of 1587, Sir Francis Drake, driven by his faith and his patriotism, sets sail to the Iberian coast. Philip brings to life the drama of his audacious attack at Cadiz which delays the Armada by a year!  But …

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Location: Lymington Baptist Church, New street

A talk about St Barbe’s new exhibition by Curators Steve Marshall and Gill Clarke.  An exhibition exploring eerie representations of rural landscapes from the aftermath of the First World War to the present. In his essay for the catalogue Robert Macfarlane explains that the eerie ‘involves that form of fear which is felt first as …

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Courtesy of Moore Blatch in Lymington High Street their gorgeous garden will be open for a voluntary donation of £3 towards the funding Celtic Hoard.  This is part of St Barbe’s Inspire Weekend and a taster for Open Gardens 2022.

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Location: Lymington Baptist Church, New street

Presented By Emma Page From the early 1700s the Mitford family assembled the Exbury estate from farmland and built Exbury House, giving up their ownership a century and a half later in 1879. Emma gives an account of these times based on the Exbury Estate Book compiled by three generations of the Mitford family. The book Exbury, resulting from …

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