Tuesday 11 August, 10.30am  – 12noon

In the nineteenth century, Scotland, a tiny country, hosted no less than 20 Hydropathic institutions. There were to be found throughout Scotland including two in Edinburgh. How this came about, who went there and what happened in this boom and bust industry will be discussed. After retiring from the NHS, Jane Neil-MacLachlan has forged another career as writer and novelist under the pen name of Jane Tulloch. A keen forager into local social history, her interest has led her into many interesting nooks and crannies of Scottish life.

 

All our lecture mornings cost £9 and include a friendly lecture where you can meet our guest lecturer, have coffee and cakes and get a special tour. Take advantage of our special offer, book 10 lectures for £80 when you book in person or over the phone.

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Lecture: A Curious Flowering: The Hydros in Scotland in the 19th Century