Christmas food through the ages is on the menu at Royston history date

PUBLISHED: 16:27 28 November 2014

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Christmas Food Through The Ages is the topic in the spotlight at next week’s Royston & District Historical Society meeting.

Fiona Lucraft will be giving an illustrated talk at 8pm on Thursday, December 6, at Royston Town Hall.

History titles and Royston Cave DVDs will be on sale for those looking for stocking-fillers with a Royston theme, and a raffle will be held.

Annual society membership is £5 but visitors, who pay £2, are welcome – find out more from David Allard on 01763 242677.

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