Suffolk - Visit to Queen's College Cambridge

Suffolk - Visit to Queen's College Cambridge

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Hosted by the Suffolk Cambridge Society
Wednesday, 27 September 2017 - 10.30am BST
Open to: 
Alumni and guests

Alumni and guests are invited to join the Suffolk Cambridge Society for a visit to Queens' College Cambridge to hear a talk on ‘The Dissolution of the Monasteries’ given by Professor Richard Rex. It will be followed by a two course seated buffet lunch in the Old Hall and a guided tour of the College and gardens.

Professor Richard Rex is the Polkinghorne Fellow in Religious Studies and Theology, Deputy Senior Tutor and Lecturer in History. His research work is focussed on religious change in England in the late mediaeval and early modern era, in particular during the reign of Henry VIIl. He is currently working on a book on Martin Luther.

The programme for the day is;
10.30am: Meet for coffee/tea in Lyon Court if the weather is fine or outside the Bowett Room if not.
11.00am: Professor Richard Rex will give us a talk in the Bowett Room on ‘The Dissolution of the Monasteries’ plus a brief history of the College.
12.30pm:  Two course seated buffet lunch in the Old Hall with tea/coffee to finish. There will be a cash bar to purchase drinks.

After lunch there will be a tour of the College and gardens with a member of the College Development Office.

Booking information

If you would like to attend this event, please fill out the booking form below. Or book online using the link below.

Price: 
£36 per person

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Location

Queen's College Cambridge
Silver Street
Cambridge
CB3 9ET
United Kingdom

Useful documents

Invitation form - (210.57 KB)