I’m pleased to say that the venue in Derby has been lovely – although it does mean numbers are limited to a maximum of 15 as although the room seats more it quickly becomes crowded once the tables are in place. So if you would like to find out more about the English Civil War please book your place as spaces are going rapidly. If you do not use Paypal please contact me for alternative methods of payment.
St Mary’s Parish Centre is sited between Darley Lane and Arthur Street, overlooking the Derby inner ring road (A 601 – St Alkmund’s Way) though it cannot be reached directly from the ring road. The address is, St Mary’s Parish Centre, Darley Lane, Derby DE1 3AXPlease follow the link for exact directions:
It has the advantage of a car park and is not too far from the town centre.
Tyranny and Civil War
7 weeks commencing Tuesday 5th March
Charles ruled as an absolute monarch for eleven years, fought a civil war and was executed by Parliament in 1649. Meet Mad Madge Cavendish, Sir John Gell and the Duke of Newcastle amongst others as the story of England’s most turbulent decade unfolds. Prepare for rioting, iconoclasm and sieges!
Tyranny and Civil War (Derby- St Mary’s Parish Centre)
7 weeks commencing Tuesday 5th March 10:00am- 12.00pm Parking at St Mary's Centre. We are in the room at the top of the slope on the right hand side of the foyer.