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Newsletters and Events From Local Chapters of The Churchill Centre

Churchill_NewsAcross Britain and North America, as well as places further afield including Australia, Israel and Portugal, members of the Churchill Centre keep a busy schedule to honor Winston Churchill and promote his legacy. Additionally, the Centre keeps in close contact with the staff of the Churchill Museum at the Churchill War Rooms in London, the Churchill Archives Centre at Churchill College, Cambridge, the National Churchill Museum of the United States in Fulton, Missouri and of course Chartwell itself, Churchill’s home in Westerham, Kent.  Many of these chapters and institutions also publish their own newsletters.  Here is a register of recent and coming events:

Live On Stage
!:  On the evening of 18 June the Churchill Archives Centre will be hosting a performance of Rohan McCullough’s one woman show “My Darling Clemmie” at Churchill College, Cambridge. Tickets are priced £10 for members and £15 for guests and can be obtained from Noelle Caulfield ([email protected]). Rohan performed half the show at the London conference in 2011 and won a standing ovation from an audience of hardened Churchillians. So this is an exciting opportuinity not to be missed.

Lynne Olson Speaks:  On 3 April Lynne Olson addressed an audience at Roosevelt House in New York City about her new book Those Angry Days. The book deals with the debate about American involvment in the Second World War.  CLICK HERE to view video.

churchill-DesignJudges confirmed for Churchill 2D Design Competition.  CLICK HERE for more information.


The Chartwell Branch of The Churchill Centre, UK posts most recent newsletter: CBN28pdf.pdf

The International Churchill Society of Canada posts most recent newsletter: ChurchillNewsletterSpecialEdAnnualDinner2013col.pdf 

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