Annual Lecture 2021: The Reward of the Inheritance

Date:
2nd November 2021
Time:
Entry from 18:45, lecture at 19:00, doors at 20.30
Price:
Early Bird Member: £20.00
Early Bird Non Member: £23.00
Address:
All Hallows by the Tower, Byward Street, London EC3R 5BJ
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Join historian, journalist, author and political commentator Simon Heffer for CCT's 2021 Annual Lecture.


With increasing repair bills and specialist craft skills and supportive congregations becoming a rare find, the long term sustainability of England's churches is becoming a growing concern. Join Simon Heffer for a lecture on how society could look after our churches in future, and ensure they are financially stable enough to prevent falling into disuse.

Simon is an English historian, journalist, author and political commentator. He has published several biographies and a series of books on the social history of Great Britain from the mid nineteenth century until the end of the First World War. He was appointed professorial research fellow at the University of Buckingham in 2017. Currently he is a political columnist and Associate Editor at the Daily Telegraph and previously wrote as a columnist for the Daily Mail.

The audience will have a chance to ask Simon their questions, share their views and enjoy a glass of wine (included in the ticket price) whilst enjoying the architecture of the oldest church in the City of London.

Member tickets are available at an early bird price of £20. If you would like to become a member to enjoy this special rate click here or call us on 0800 206 1463.  Proceeds from this event will support our vital work caring for 356 historic churches throughout England.

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.

Please note: The venue location has changed, and that this event will be hosted at All Hallows by the Tower, Byward Street, London EC3R 5BJ. https://www.ahbtt.org.uk/.

Telephone:
0800 206 1463

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