THE LIFE OF DOUGLAS MACMILLAN
When Denise Baldwin realized that the house she was living
in at Sidcup had previously been occupied by Douglas MacMillan,
she and Katherine Harding set about investigating the details
of his life; the result was a very interesting talk on his life
and how it lead on to the establishment of the Macmillan nurses
THE PLAGUE DOCTOR
Alex Ferris who spoke about the Plague in 17th century in Smarden,
an interest he pursued when researching into their Society Archives
he discovered 50 deaths unrecorded in the parish; These were
thought to be of plague victims excluded from the village.
Mr Ferris then went on to relate various perceived cures for
the plague and avoidance measures from contracting it.