There are a host of exciting events happening across the Discover Me sites throughout the year. Talks, workshops, activities, shows and more, these events range in price from a few pounds to absolutely free, so there’s something to suit every pocket.
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Titanic: Honour & Glory Exhibition at Havering Museum

Apr 7th to Sep 1st Havering Museum


This exhibition launched on 7th April and runs until 1st September, it tells the story of the Titanic disaster through artefacts and will include stories from local people, who have a connection to the ship. A series of talks will support this exhibition. Group visits with refreshments are available upon request.  


Exhibition at The View: On the Forest Edge by Carol Foulger and Katherine Poluck at Queen Elizabeth’s Hunting Lodge

Jun 3rd to Jul 1st Queen Elizabeth’s Hunting Lodge

The flora and fauna that inhabit Epping Forest captured in watercolour, printmaking, pen and ink.

Exhibition at The View: 130 years – The Royal Epping Forest Golf Club and Chingford Golf Course at Queen Elizabeth’s Hunting Lodge

Jun 16th to Jul 15th Queen Elizabeth’s Hunting Lodge

This exhibition brings together archive material from 130 years of golf on the historic Chingford Golf Course.


Heritage Horse n’ Carriage Tour at Thames Chase Forest Centre

Jul 21st Thames Chase Forest Centre

Join us on a one day horse drawn carriage tour starting at Thames Chase Forest Centre and visiting various heritage sites in the area, including the Tithe Barn, Havering Museum, the Old Chapel, Upminster Windmill and returning to Thames Chase.

Date: Saturday 21st July
Time: 10am-5pm (Please arrive at 9:45am for a 10am start)

Age: 12+ 
Cost: Free

To book a place please register here.

Titanic Exhibition Talk: Survivors, Rescuers and Artefacts – 21st July at Havering Museum

Jul 21st Havering Museum

Stories from the survivors and rescuers and how Titanic artefacts have become today’s valuable treasures. This talk is a repeat of the one first given on Thursday 31st May.

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Titanic Exhibition Talks: The Aftermath – 28th July at Havering Museum

Jul 28th Havering Museum

Dr. Ian Browne explores the immediate and long term implications of the Titanic disaster, individual stories, the political fallout and developments in marine archaeology.