At 7:30pm on 23rd April 2018 in Lambley Church James Wright will tell the story of Ralph Lord Cromwell.
Rising from a Lincolnshire family of limited political influence, Ralph Cromwell became one of the most significant figures of the mid-fifteenth century. The personality of a man on the rise from Lord of the Manor to Lord Treasurer of England is reflected in his castles, great houses and ecclesiastical buildings. Those structures which he commissioned then went on to have an extraordinarily powerful legacy which lasted for over 150 years of English architecture.
This talk will take place in Lambley Church