Thursday, 13 July 2017

Find Triangle history talk on ATA website

Part of the poster advertising Mick's talk
If you missed Mick Delap's June talk on Triangle history highlights, you can find it on the ATA website, alongside the pictures shown then by Tom Webb. Access it by pressing the History button on the Home page.

You will also find there:
* Richard Cheffins' research notes on which Mick's talk was based. The Google docs version is searchable by place, by type of fact, and by tag. You can also download and open it locally in MS Excel.
* Diana Rimel's booklet on Triangle history as a pdf document.
* A link to individually donated historical photos of Greenwich. 

One of Tom's pictures for Mick's talk
The ATA history archive is for everyone to contribute to, if they'd like to, if they have any facts, pictures or stories about the past. Email Mick at or Tom at

At the street party on September 16th we are hoping to display all pictures collected so far. It would need a presence there, which unfortunately can't be either Mick or Tom. If a few people would step in for an hour each, to look after the pictures, they would have an easy gig - get in a pint before you start...  If you could handle that, let Tom or Mick know.

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