There’s plenty for everyone in ‘Burrard Neale 250’ – whether you’re young or old, physically active or house-bound – ranging from helping research Sir Harry’s naval career to planting snowdrops at Walhampton, or studying local democracy in the time of ‘Pocket Boroughs’, to designing interpretation panels – or even the project itself. However much time you can spare, we’ll be pleased to welcome you!
Particular attention is being paid to the involvement of schools and youth organisations, as well as volunteers. Educational projects involving local children are planned, to ensure that the life and times of Lymington’s most illustrious resident continue to be a source of local pride for years to come.
•Please spread word of ‘Burrard Neale 250’as widely as possible.
• If you represent an organisation, please discuss how you and your members /colleagues could best get involved – we’ll be pleased to come and talk with you.
• Follow developments on our website, at http://www.burrard-neale250.org.uk, or in the ‘Lymington Times’ or ‘Southern Daily Echo’.
• Contact us: http://www.burrard-neale250.org.uk Tel: 01590 672673