Learn more about Redbridge’s inter-war history at Ilford Historical Society event

PUBLISHED: 15:10 15 October 2018

Ilford Historical Society president Jef Page giving a talk. Photo: Jef Page

Ilford Historical Society president Jef Page giving a talk. Photo: Jef Page


Do you wish you knew more about that turbulent piece of east London’s history between the end of the First World War in 1918 and the beginning of the second in 1945?

Well then good news! The Ilford Historical Society is set to host a special one-off talk about just such a period at Redbridge Central Library in Clements Road, Ilford, on Monday, November 12 at 7.30pm.

Gerard Greene, who is the manager of Redbridge Museum, will be giving a talk titled Redbridge After The First World War in the library’s Gloucester Room on the 2nd floor.

The event will be full of fascinating insights and long-forgotten tidbits of information about a time that saw one of the largest population booms in east London’s history, so get the date penned into your diaries now.

Tickets are £3 per person.

For more information contact the society’s president, Jef Page, by emailing

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