The autumn General Meeting will be held at at Trotton and will provide an opportunity to view two nationally important brasses.
The programme will commence at 2.00p.m. with Nigel Saul speaking on The Camoys family, the church and the brasses. Anne Curry, who is Emeritus Professor of Medieval History at the University of Southampton with a special interest in the Hundred Years War and especially the Battle of Agincourt will speak on Thomas Camoys and the Hundred Years War. Tea and an opportunity to view the brasses, monuments and spectacular wall paintings will follow. The afternoon will conclude with a talk by Florence Eccleston on Sin and Salvation: the wall paintings at Trotton.
The Church will be open prior to the meeting and all are welcome. The meeting is free with no booking required.
The church at Trotton is situated on the A272 between Midhurst and Petersfield. The building is set back from a bend in the road just beyond the traffic lights and bridge over the River Rother. The postcode for satellite navigation is GU31 5EN. Car parking is available at nearby Trotton Farm by kind permission of the owners. Petersfield station (served from London: Waterloo) is 7 miles from the church.
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