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Contrasting Communities: Two Warwickshire Villages Coping with Adversity, 1280-1580′., Chris Dyer, Friends of the Centre for English Local History

21.11.2019, 2:15 pm

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On Thursday 21st November 2019 at No 5 Salisbury Road starting at 2:15pm Chris Dyer will be speaking to the title ‘Contrasting communities: two Warwickshire villages coping with adversity, 1280-1580’

The seminar is at 2.15pm in the first floor Seminar Room of 5 Salisbury Road. You are invited to tea in the Common Room afterwards. The seminar is preceded by the Friends AGM at 12:00 (with lunch)

Paul Stamper, who was scheduled to present his seminar paper on flax growing on 21 November, has had to pull out because he is immobilised after rupturing his Achilles tendon playing football.

Details

Date:
21.11.2019
Time:
2:15 pm
Cost:
Free
Event Category:

Organiser

Friends of the Centre for English Local History
Email:
secretary@englishlocalhistory.org
Website:
friends.englishlocalhistory.org

Venue

Leicester Centre for English Local History
5 Salisbury Road
Leicester, LE1 7QR
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Website:
www.le.ac.uk/elh/

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