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Saturday 23rd September 2023
AGM and lectureAt 1.30 pm at The Bar Convent 17 Blossom St, York YO24 1AQ, near Micklegate Bar, five minutes' walk from York Station. The Bar Convent has an attractive cafe where lunch may be taken from 12 noon. Members are advised to ring (01904) 464910 to reserve a table for lunch. Tea/coffee may be bought individually by Members from the cafe and taken in to the lecture room.
The speaker following the AGM will be Dr Kate Giles from the University of York, whose recently-published The Wall Paintings of Pickering Church reveals one of Yorkshire’s hidden artistic treasures. The paintings have been re-dated to 1470 and are regarded as one of the most complete set of wall paintings of this period.
PLEASE inform Treasurer Graham Mitchell via the contact form or on (01535) 645454 if you plan to attend.
Saturday 2nd December 2023
Presentation “The Missing Princes Project”
A presentational update on The Missing Princes Project given by Philippa Langley MBE, hosted by the Yorkshire Branch in The Yorkshire Museum, Museum Gardens, Museum Street, York, with support from The Richard III Society.
Entry to the presentation will be by ticket only.
£5 per head for a Member of the Richard III Society or a Branch or Group thereof.
£10 per head for non-members.
Tickets available from September onwards, only from the Yorkshire Branch via the 'Contact Us' section of this website.
Philippa Langley took the world by storm when she led the search and discovery of Richard III’s body. Now, she has turned her attention to the fate of the Princes in the Tower – a mystery that has divided opinion for over 500 years.
Following years of intensive research by Philippa and her international team, she will present the findings of ‘The Missing Princes Project’. Using investigative methodology, it places this most enduring of mysteries under a forensic microscope for the first time, unearthing new archival discoveries along the way.