Battlefields Trust - Statement on Events and Coronovirus
In light of government direction on the COVID-19 virus the Battlefields Trust has postponed its own public events up to the end of October 2020. The Trust will keep the situation under review and will take a decision on events beyond October 2020 in the coming weeks once more is known about how the situation is developing. Please keep an eye on the Battlefelds Trust Events pages for further updates and rescheduled dates for events when they become available.
Members will be aware that in response to the enforced postponement or cancellation of its events the Battlefields Trust launched a new programme of members-only online talks. These have have proved so popular that the decision has been taken to make these an ongoing benefit of membership.
We're delighted to have secured a fantastic line-up of speakers for our autumn programme which starts on Weds 9 September:
Weds 9 September: Graham Evans - the Battle of Edgcote, 1469
Weds 23 September: Dr Cath Hanley - England's French king: Prince Louis and the invasion of England 1216-17
Weds 7 October: Professor Anne Curry - who were the soldiers of the later Middle Ages?
Weds 21 October: Alan Turton - the Civil War sieges of Basing House
Weds 4 November: Chris Finn - the Battle of Britain
Wednesday 18 November: Dr Ismini Pells -Civil War general Philip Skippon
Wednesday 2 December: Dr Fiona Edmonds - the Battle of Whalley, 798.
Wednesday 9 December: Dr Harry Sidebottom - Boudica's Rebellion
Details of battlefield events advertised below are accurate at the time of publication and will be updated in the event of any changes. You should check with the organiser of the event, or this website again, shortly before the day of the event to make sure no last minute alterations have occurred.
Except where shown, all events organised by the Battlefields Trust are free to members. Non-members are welcome to attend, but adult non-members may be asked for a donation to support the Battlefields Trust's work.
Saturday 28th November 2020
A Zoom talk from the Warwick Fuslier Museum analysing the contribution of Field Marshal Bernard Law Montgomery to the allied victory in the Second World War.