An intriguing talk will discuss the colourful and fascinating life of Lord Byron’s daughter Ada Lovelace.
Ada has developed such a reputation in the science world that there is a day in the calendar named in her memory, which celebrates the achievements of women in science, technology, engineering and maths.
A genius at maths, Ada had a harrowing experience at the hands of gambling which will be explored in the talk on June 10 at 2.30pm in Nottinghamshire Council Archives Servicem Castle Meadow Road, Nottingham. Tickets £4. To book, call 0115 9581634 or email firstname.lastname@example.org