Chichester Library presents ‘man’s best friend through the years’

A local PhD student to give talk at Chichester Library about the historical role of dogs in Britain.

 
Last updated:
10 October 2016

Chichester Library is hosting a historical look back at the changing role of dogs in Britain with the help of local University student, Emma White.

‘A history of Britain in 100 dogs’ will take place on Thursday 20 October at 7:30pm, at Chichester Library, Tower Street, Chichester, PO19 1QJ.

Visitors will be treated to a fascinating talk discovering the evolution of dogs’ place in British society.
 
Throughout history man’s best friend has played an influential support role and aided our day to day lives.
 
From herding livestock to guiding the visually impaired, our loyal companions have stood by us, searched for us and worked with the authorities to sniff out criminal activity.
 
PhD student Emma is currently studying the use of dogs in the First World War and will be on hand to walk you through their important place in history.
 
Priced at £4, tickets can be bought from Chichester Library by calling 01243 777351, or email chichester.library@westsussex.gov.uk.
 
To find out more about West Sussex Libraries visit www.westsussex.gov.uk/libraries.

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