Annual Lecture 2018: Parish Church Treasures by John Goodall
Early Bird Non Member: £20.00
Acclaimed author and Architectural Editor of Country Life, John Goodall takes us on a journey exploring the richness of our parish churches
Our historic churches are living repositories for a breathtaking array of artistic treasures. From painting to ironwork, sculpture to stained glass and furniture and architecture, their riches are as marvellous for their diversity as their quality. Collectively they constitute perhaps our single greatest national collection of the arts, much of it practically unknown in a popular sense. This illustrated talk will explore the richness of this outstanding inheritance and the challenges of preserving and conserving it for the future.
John Goodall is Architectural Editor of the weekly magazine Country Life and the author of several books, most recently Parish Church Treasures (2015). He is a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of London, sits on the Fabric Advisory Committees of Salisbury Cathedral, St Albans Abbey, Westminster Cathedral and the Westminster Abbey Fabric Commission.
The audience will have a chance to ask John their questions, purchase a copy of his book Parish Church Treasures and enjoy light refreshments during a drinks reception included in the ticket price.
Our members receive a special rate on tickets. If you'd like to become a member to enjoy this special rate click here or call us on 0800 206 1463.
Our Annual Lecture is held each year in celebration of the life and work of the late Candida Lycett Green, a passionate champion of historic English churches and former Vice President of The Churches Conservation Trust.