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CMS Symposium 2018: The Monuments of Hereford and Herefordshire,

14-16 September 2018

This year’s Symposium is to be held at the Green Dragon Hotel, opposite the Cathedral, in Hereford city centre. The Symposium will focus on the cathedral and surrounding Herefordshire countryside, where there is a wealth of monuments. A varied lecture programme will explore the fabulous Romanesque carving at Kilpeck, arms and armour worn by Herefordshire knights, and cathedral monuments and brasses.


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WALKING TOUR OF CAMBRIDGE CHURCHES & CHAPELS: This has now been postponed until 2018.


We are aware that the costs of excursions have (inevitably) been rising. I propose to lead a cheaper walking tour of Cambridge churches and college chapels, no fewer than eight, no more than ten, and including Gonville & Caius, which has the most important set of early modern monuments in Cambridge. No refreshments will be provided, but we'll leave a long gap for lunch and finish in time for participants to get tea before the Evensong at Kings & St John's Colleges (5.30/6.30).


Booking form and further details with newsletter.



Excursion around Stafford, Saturday 19 May 2018

This excursion (led by Robin Draper) will include freestone and alabaster work from the 16th/17th centuries, classical monuments and a church thought to have been designed by Wren. We will be visiting five churches around Stafford.


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Important Notice: Disclaimer

Note that paths, floors, steps and fittings in and around historic buildings may often be uneven and participants are expected to take reasonable care.  None of the officers, committee or members of the Church Monuments Society and no leader or organiser of any event, visit, walk or programme promoted by the Society shall be liable in respect of the death of, or injury, damage or loss to, any person or the property of any person, which may occur or arise out of participation in any such event, visit, walk or programme.


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