John E. Vigar MA, FSA Scot., FRSA

Historic Churches of Norfolk - A 3 session course

Aylmerton Norfolk St John the Baptist exterior from the south resized

To be held on

Mondays 14, 21, 28 October 2019

At King`s Lynn, Thoresby College 1000-1200 and

Fakenham Community Centre 1330-1530

Course Fee £30.00

Norfolk has more medieval churches per acre than anywhere else in the world. They are famous across the country for their architecture, furnishings and memorials. This course will introduce you to several hundred of them, explaining their history and how they were used.

John Vigar has been an ecclesiastical historian for 40 years and has an enthusiastic and infectious approach to his subject. The classes will be lavishly illustrated and are suitable for anyone with an interest in our built environment.

To book, or for further information, please call 07962 368062

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