Dr Jonathan Foyle returns to talk to the Friends of Gainsborough Old Hall on Thursday 6th February. His talk is entitled ‘Beverley Minster: A Fresh Look at its Ancient Symbolism’. Alan Turing is reputed to have decoded the German cyphers and Jonathan is to decode the symbolism of this iconic building over 500 years since the Reformation. Jonathan is currently writing a book on Beverley Minster.
His talk takes place at Gainsborough Old Hall from 7.30pm. Tickets, including light refreshment, cost £7.00 and are available from the Heritage Centre, North Street or 01427 612017 or email@example.com.