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