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Tudor tales of brilliant buildings at Moreton

During the reigns of Henry VII and Henry VIII, Medieval buildings came into their finest architectural era - and now you can join popular lecturer Tim Porter for two fascinating talks on the 'Buildings of Early Tudor England' to discover more.

This short series of talks will take place at Moreton Area Centre, Moreton-in-Marsh, in early October. The first, on Friday 5th October, will focus on the secular architecture of the Reformation period while the second, on Thursday 12th October, will explore the stunning, sacred structures of the time.

Each of these talks runs from 2pm - 4pm. Tickets cost is £6.50 per talk, with a 10% discount for annual season ticket holders and Friends of the Corinium Museum. For more details or to book, please contact Moreton Area Centre on 01608 650881.

Anyone wanting further information on these talks should contact the Corinium Museum’s outreach officer Helen Arbon on 01285 655611.

Posted : 20/09/2007 13:45:18

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