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The Battle of Capt St. Vincent.

Tuesday 29th January 2019:  7.30 pm:  The Newcastle upon Tyne Trinity House Society Secretary John Flynn describes this significant event in the French Revolutionary Wars, where a British fleet under Admiral Sir John Jervis defeated a larger Spanish fleet under

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2019 Programme of Activites

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2018 Pickle Night, report and gallery

The Society held its inaugural Pickle Night commemoration on 2nd November 2018.  With a substantial nod towards tradition – period costume, themed dining, gun-deck entertainment – it was deemed a complete success by all those who attended. PLEASE SEND IN

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2018 Trafalgar Day reports and gallery

Tynemouth (21st October 2018):           Morpeth (21st October 2018):

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2018 Annual General Meeting

2018 Annual General Meeting: The Newcastle upon Tyne Trinity House: Thursday 8th November 7.30 pm:    Notice is hereby given of the Society’s 2018 Annual General Meeting, for which papers will be sent to members by the Secretary in due

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Pickle Night 2018

The Collingwood Society’s inaugural Pickle Night Dinner: The Banqueting Hall of the Newcastle upon Tyne Trinity House: Friday 2nd November 2018: The Society is holding a ‘Pickle Night’ in response to a request for more social activities tabled at last

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Trafalgar Day events 2018

Trafalgar Day events 2018   These are all public events at no charge.  Attendance is both encouraged and welcomed.   London Friday 19th October 2018 11.00 hrs St Paul’s Cathedral: Assemble in the Nelson Chamber (close to the NW crypt

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Firepower, Food and Finance

Wednesday 13th June 2018:  7.30 pm:  The Newcastle upon Tyne Trinity House Our speaker, Vic Spong, will be examining the challenges of keeping the Mediterranean Fleet stocked with food, ammunition, water, men and other essentials.  The supply chain stretched far

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‘Nautical Pub names and their histories’

Thursday 12th April 2018:  7.30 pm:  The Newcastle upon Tyne Trinity House Society Chairman Capt. Stephen Healy delivers a light-hearted departure from our normal scholarly topics, looking into the nautical-themed names of public houses, near and far, past and present. 

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The 2018 Collingwood Lecture: ‘The Age of Collingwood – a personal view’

The Newcastle upon Tyne Royal Grammar School (Performing Arts Centre):  Tuesday 6th March 20018:  7.30pm. Captain Richard Woodman, LVO, Elder Brother of the London Trinity House is an award-winning and hugely prolific author.  His works, both fiction and non-fiction, number

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