The CAPE TOWN FAMILY HISTORY SOCIETY
The next meeting will be held on Sat 15 November 2014 at St John’s Church, Wynberg Time: 14.15 for 14:30pm sharp
Jim Hislop is an amateur historian who works in Observatory as a senior copy editor and wine editor at a food magazine. His recently published book "Wheatfields and Windmills; the old homesteads and farms of Observatory" is the subject of his talk. Books will be available for sale. Jim also hosts a Facebook page called "The Cape's threatened buildings".
Entrance for paid up CTFHS members is free.
Non members pay R20.00 per person including tea & eats.
A plate of eats for tea from members is always appreciated.
Stories and snippets of interest for the newsletter - send to Derek Pratt email@example.com
For further information contact:
David Slingsby 021 715 5104 (email: firstname.lastname@example.org)
or Ann Smythe 021 794 6225 (email: email@example.com)
NEW / UPDATED
End of Year Meeting
December 6th. Ann has again graciously offered her cottage for our ‘Christmas’ meeting. As before it will basically be a ‘bring & braai’ or whatever.
A Forest of Family Trees
A heart warming story of how a volunteer is helping hospice patients leave a priceless legacy for their families.
New Link Added - See Links page