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CCS 2000 meeting in the UK

 

The Captain Cook Society's UK Regional Weekend Meeting was held from Friday 22nd Sept. to Sunday 24th Sept. 2000
It was held at Marton, near Middlesbrough, based at the Marton Hotel & Country Club, which is close to the Captain Cook Birthplace Museum.
On Saturday there was a series of lectures at the Museum.
On Sunday members visited places in the area associated with Cook.

 

 

Saturday


 
The members
The members
before the
before the
meeting begins
meeting begins
 

The Officers


 
Cliff Thornton, President
Cliff Thornton,
President
Alwyn Peel, Secretary
Alwyn Peel,
Secretary
Andrew Bardell, Treasurer
Andrew Bardell,
Treasurer
  Cliff presents Life membership to Margaret Morris, the previous President
Cliff presents Life membership to Margaret Morris, the previous President
 
 

The Speakers


 
Andrew Burbridge
Andrew Burbridge spoke
about The Resolution Trust
Glyn Williams
Glyn Williams spoke
on Tupiai and his role on
the Endeavour voyage
Philip Edwards
Philip Edwards spoke
on how he edited Cook's Journals
Cordelia Stamp
Cordelia Stamp spoke
on the wheelbarrows at St Helena
 

Sunday

 

Captain Cook Schoolroom Museum, Great Ayton


 
The entrance
The entrance
Information plaque
Information plaque
erected in 1997

 
Members inside
Members inside
It's crowded!
It's crowded!

 
Children at a desk
Children at a desk
With extra, older ones
With extra, older ones
A model or a real person?
A model or a real person?
 

Captain Cook Heritage Centre, Staithes


 
Cliff and his wife looking at some of the many exhibits
Cliff and his wife
looking at some of the many exhibits
The rooms are crowded with displays
The rooms
are crowded with displays
A model of the Endeavour
A model
of the Endeavour
 

Whitby, where Cook's ships were built


 
Ian Boreham, Editor
Ian Boreham,
Editor

 

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