Museum of Freemasonry Online Talks
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Below is news and new talks from the Museum team!
We’ve been really enjoying sharing our stories with you lately.
It’s so encouraging to see such strong support and to hear all the positive feedback too, so thank you for joining us so far.
We’re not done yet! We have three new talks lined up for you over July and August, starting with Librarian Martin Cherry’s talk on Yorkshire treasures at the Museum. What links a tragic Victorian prince, an 18th century speech, an eleven foot parchment scroll and a 20th century cricket hero? Book your place to find out.
Martin will be followed by Curator, Mark Dennis, as he delves into the world of ‘trench art’ and freemasonry. What connects each item that comes from the trenches is the desire to create while surrounded by destruction, and our collection has some wonderful examples to share.
Continuing on from Mark we have Assistant Archivist, Louise Pichel, as she brings us all back to school. Louise has a keen interest in the charitable schools established by freemasons, so with her archival expertise this talk will highlight some very personal stories.
All our online talks are free and take place on a Monday evening, so get booking below!
With very warm wishes,
Barry and the Museum team
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