Friday Morning Talks: The Royal Observer Corps Above and Below Ground
23 October at 11:00 am - 3:00 pm
Join us for another Friday Morning Talk by speaker John Shere.
For 70 years the Observer Corps/Royal Observer Corps (ROC) had an important role in the defence of the country, including being the ‘Eyes and Ears of the RAF’. John Shere will explain what the ROC did above and below ground during the Cold War. Learn more about the connection with Bentley Priory and see some of the unique equipment that was used.
By John Shere
Please note: To comply with social distancing regulations and ensure safety, we are operating a limited seating capacity. This talk will therefore take place at 11am-12pm and again at 2pm-3pm; please book your desired timeslot via the link below. Please note that face masks are required to be worn.
Procedures may be altered if government regulations are updated.
Included in Museum admission or Annual Membership. Advance booking required.