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Group Newsletter: March 2017

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Inside you will discover:
– A timeline of key milestones, from the Norman conquest to the fall of Richard III at the battle of Bosworth
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The Legendary Ten Seconds

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Members’ Discounts

The following has been received from the Society:

The Richard III Society

Promoting research into the life and times of Richard III since 1924
Patron: HRH The Duke of Gloucester KG GCVO
Bringing you the latest important news and events about Richard III.

Dear Members,

Membership Card Discounted Entry – first venues confirmed

Following the introduction of new-style membership cards last December, various organisations and locations have been approached regarding the possibility of giving Society members a discount on the entry fee.

Currently, the following locations will give discount on production of the new-style card:

Further updates will appear on the Society’s website and in later Bulletins.
For members’ information, English Heritage and National Trust do not offer discounts other than to their own members.

Kind regards,

Executive Committee

Sad news

I thought I’d pass this on from Jacquie Emerson, the BGLO. I don’t know how many of you knew Helen, but she was a dear and good friend of mine. Sad news indeed. Love and thoughts to her family.
Subject: Helen Ashburn

Some sad news – Helen Ashburn, the secretary of the Greater Manchester Branch for many years
died this morning – merciful release after a long debilitating illness.
Helen was much loved and will be greatly missed by all those who knew her.

When I have more detailed information I will let you all have it.


Jacqui Emerson
Branches and Groups Liaison Officer
Richard III Society

England in the time of Richard III

Thanks to BGLO Jacqui Emerson for sending this. It’s a very interssting course and hopefully, the mistakes which were there the first time they ran it have been rectified.

Another opportunity to join of Futurelearn/ University of Leicester’s free on-line course England in the Time of Richard III Course starts 27 February. Duration 6 weeks, 3 hours per week, certificates available. Registration in advance. Topics covered * medieval warfare * the lives of peasants and farmers * food and culture * death and commemoration * reading and the introduction of printing. * the rediscovery and reinterment of Richard IIIhttps://www.futurelearn.com/courses/england-of-richard-third

Red Lion Walk in Colchester

This informative and picturesque wall was not there when we walked through Colchester in November 2014:
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