Evening Talk: The Farmer’s Stocking Needle – How Vaccination Began

Wednesday 16th November a talk by Patrick Pead entitled The Farmer’s Stocking Needle – How Vaccination Began

A remarkable story from the 18th century and beyond (In 2011 the Patrick was awarded Fellowship of The Historical Association

and elected a Member of the Royal Historical Society for his work on this topic)

Tickets are £6 for members and £8 for non-members. They are available from the Museum.

Members tickets, and additional non-member tickets are available from Arundel Museum, or 01903 885866

Doors open 7pm talk starts 7.30pm

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The Farmer’s Stocking Needle – How Vaccination Began £8

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Date

16 Nov 2022

Time

7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Cost

£8

Location

Arundel Museum
Category
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