Andrew Arnold, the author who has researched the names behind the WW1 war memorial in Carshalton will be giving an insight into their lives on September 25.
Early copies of the book may be available for sale on the evening.
Other events include everything from a Wedding Fair - to a monthly session with mummies!
The range of events are as follows:
Wedding and Events Fair
Sunday 7th September 11am-4pm
Our annual event proves to be bigger and better than last year. Come and meet local event suppliers and have fun with our workshops. Learn from our florist how to make a buttonhole, make your own invitations and have fun in our photo booth...... plus many more inspirational tips for your special day.
Inspire Events working with Honeywood Museum
Please phone 020 8770 4297 for further details
Discovering 19th century Carshalton through maps, plans and pictures
Thursday 11th , 18th and 25th September 10am-12noon
Old maps and plans can be interesting and useful tools to build up a picture of how the village looked and functioned during the 19th century. Local historian, Cheryl Bailey, presents a course of three 2-hour sessions which will explore the history of the village. Six different locations will be investigated together with explanations of what archives are available locally and how to access them.
Course fee £15 (which includes tea or coffee and biscuits). Please pre-book for this course as numbers are limited. Telephone 020 8770 4297.
Open House London Weekend
Saturday and Sunday 20th and 21st September
Make the most of exploring Carshalton this weekend. There are a number of local landmark buildings and structures open including All Saints Church, Carshalton Park Grotto, Carshalton Water Tower and Historic Gardens, Charles Cryer Studio Theatre, Honeywood Museum, Little Holland House (Saturday 20th 2-5pm only) and The Circle Library
Please see www.londonopenhouse.org for full listings, times and further details
Carshalton War Memorial
Thursday 25th September at 7.30pm
An illustrated talk by Andrew Arnold
This event marks the centenary year of the commencement of the first World War
A Friends of Honeywood Museum event - For tickets (£2.50/£3.50 non-members) 'phone Sue Horne 020 8773 0185
Andrew's book (see right) Their Name Liveth for Evermore, about the Carshalton WW1 Memorial, and the men behind the names inscribed on it, by Carshalton Ponds, is due to be published in early October. If it is published in time, Andrew hopes to have copies available at this talk.
Tuesday 30th September 9.30-11am
Monthly fun sessions with a history theme for 2-4 year olds. Crafts, toys, stories and songs. Free, but must be pre-booked. A responsible adult must stay with participating children. Please phone 020 8770 4297 for further details and bookings.