Gloucestershire under the Normans

Thursday 04/07/13 00:00

The Norman Conquest was a clash of cultures which turned into a convergence of cultures.
An afternoon lecture with Tim Porter Thursday 4th July 2 – 4pm The Norman Conquest was a clash of cultures which turned into a convergence of cultures. By 1100, a vibrant and powerful kingdom had emerged which combined the best of Anglo-Norman virtues. Gloucestershire is one of the best places to observe this. At least one Powerful Englishman continued to hold office, whilst the regions wealth led to splendid Continental patronage. Join local historian Tim Porter to find out more about the people, buildings and landscapes of the period. Cost: £5.65 or £5.00 for season ticket holders. Advance booking recommended. Contact details: Corinium Museum, Park Street, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 2BX Tel: 01285 655611
http://coriniummuseum.org