Huguenots of Spitalfields 'Huguenot Threads' Update
Issue 4 - Summer 2014 UPDATE
Huguenot Threads 9th to 20th July
Daily City Walks
There are three walks in Spitalfields on the weekends of 12th/13th and 19th/20th July. Meet in front of Christ Church Spitalfields at 12noon, 2pm and 3pm. Donation £10.
Three lunchtime lectures at Christ Church Spitalfields
Thursday 10th July: Religion and Immigration in Spitalfields from the Huguenots to Today with Dr. Daniel Nilsson DeHanas
Friday 11th July: Peter Prelleur and Richard Bryges’ Organ at Christ Church 1735 with Stephen Massil and Gerard Brooks.
All the above lectures will be held between 1:05 – 2:00pm and are free.
French Protestant Church Service
Rector’s Tour of Christ Church
Huguenots of Note at two City Livery Halls
Open Day at The Clockmakers’ Museum
Two Huguenot Field Marshals
Directions to Broadgate Welcome Centre From Liverpool Street Station:
And if you want to take a peek inside an 18c Huguenot home, visit Dennis Severs' house in Folgate Street, Town House in Fournier Street (lovely coffee and cakes) and the Eleven Princelet Street Gallery.
To see the full programme and book tickets visit our Huguenot Threads page at http://www.huguenotsofspitalfields.org/huguenot-threads-2014.html
If you are looking for somewhere to eat, try the Water Poet, 9 Folgate Street where you can have an excellent one-course lunch with wine for £10.
Or try a great cream tea for £6 or a full afternoon tea for £18 at the English Restaurant, 50 Brushfield Street E1
And be sure to visit our favourite local French Bistro, Chez Elles, at 45 Brick Lane
If you want to read more about the Huguenots and associated areas of interest, visit Daunts Books at 61 Cheapside EC2. They are stocking up for the Festival! Telephone number 020 7248 1117.
Huguenot Threads - In partnership with the City of London and sponsored by British Land, Water Poet and the Crown & Shuttle. Proceeds will go towards a web-based education pack on the Huguenots for primary schools. Thank you so much for your continuing support.
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