This Community-made film about the lives of residents of Bookham during World War Two was released to great local acclaim in January 2016 and is of great interest as an example of what local history can achieve. Former ELHG member Roy Mellick was Film Consultant to the production team, and Tony Page, who lived in Bookham as a young lad, makes several presentations to camera. The contributions of memories by today’s residents are eye-opening and certainly very moving, particularly when describing relationships between young Bookham residents and Canadian soldiers stationed in the area. There are many resonances with how things undoubtedly would have been in Effingham.
Running time: approx. 1 hour.
TICKETS First come first served: tickets free but £2 donation on the door welcomed (to cover the cost of the hall hire) Free parking adjacent to the Hall
START TIME This film will follow ELHG’s AGM which starts at 7.30. Non members are welcome to come either at 7.30 to observe the AGM, or at 8.30 when the screening will start.