Virtual Event: Thursday 21 January 2021, 8pm.


You may remember Melanie gave us an excellent Talk about Edith Cavell in May last year

Melanie will present the story of the woman who devoted her life to Hitler.  The material of the talk is sensitively presented in order to appeal to a wide audience.  It will convey the life story of the girl who met Adolf Hitler in a shop during the years leading up to his rise to power in Germany.

Melanie’s interest in Eva began after seeing Eva alongside Hitler in cine-film on ‘The World at War’ television programme in 1973.  While listening to the talk you can consider whether you think Eva was a victim or a contriver in her story.

The online talk will take place via Zoom so you will be able to enjoy the talk on your computer/laptop/tablet/mobile phone. The Talk will cost £2 per household. You can pay online using the buttons below (coming soon) or the link; or phone to book a place and arrange collection of payment.

Click here to enter your £2 payment.

The link to the Talk will be sent to you one week before 21 January and you simply use that to enter the Talk. A reminder will be sent to you 24 hours before the talk. You will be able to see and hear the presentation slides and the speaker via your screen.

Payment is non-refundable in the case of non attendance.

Latest update

The AGM continues to be postponed and is more likely to be held in May 2021.  This means that the new programme will be for the 2021-22 year.

The Archives Drop In sessions in the Library on the first Friday of the month will be on hold until we have more information.  It is possible that they will not restart until next year.

Take care everyone.

2020/21 programme update

Just to bring you up-to-date with our current thoughts on the programme for the 2020/21 season of talks.

We are holding off printing the programme for the moment and the May Talk and AGM  are postponed. We will take a decision on the July Talk a little later in the Spring.

The Archives Drop In sessions in the Library on the first Friday of the month are on hold until later in the year.In the meantime, take care and we look forward to seeing you when life gets back to normal.

Higham Village History Group Committee.

You can view and download the full 2019/20 programme here.

Click here for membership information.

St Marys Church, Higham – YouTube

Have a look at this YouTube posting by Dave Bowdler. It was first shown at ‘Art In The Church’ part of Medway Open Studios in 2015.
There are 5 pieces of music:
  • Beauty Within
  • Church on the Edge
  • Marsh and Church
  • Pole Lathe
  • Marsh Bells
Click here to view on YouTube (will open in a new window/tab).