Monday Lunchtime Lectures: St Martins and the other Medieval Churches in Exeter - Exeter
The Churches Conservation Trust, in association with Exeter Local History Society, are delighted to offer the third in a series of seven lunchtime lectures on Exeter's historic buildings.
On Monday, 19 March, John Thorp, a well known and popular speaker, will be taking us through the history of St Martin's Church and other churches of late Saxon and Norman Exeter. John, Exeter Cathedral’s own archaeologist, is a fellow of the Society of Antiquaries and is also the Archaeological Adviser for Glastonbury Abbey. Formerly he was Curator of Antiquities at Exeter Museum (1984-2004).
He has published a book and numerous papers on the archaeology and architecture of South-West England.
Lecture to take place at St Martin's Church, right in the centre of Exeter. The price per lecture is £4. Please visit Eventbrite to purchase your ticket.
See all the lectures in this series, below:
|5 March||Dr Stuart Blaylock||Exeter Guildhall|
|12 March||John Thorp||38 North Street|
|19 March||John Allan||St Martin's & the Other Churches|
|26 March||Dr Todd Gray||Maps & Exeter's Buildings|
|9 April||Diane Walker||Moving Monuments of Exeter Cathedral|
|16 April||Dr Jo Cox||St Thomas' Church|
|23 April||Clare Maudling||Exeter's Post War Development|