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The event commences with refreshments on arrival at 09:30, followed by an introduction from the Chair, Dr. Martin Watts at 10:00. Professor Kevin Ruane will then deliver a talk describing the background and context of the raid, which will be followed by refreshments at 11:00.
At 11:15, Jordan Newton, a third year undergraduate at CCCU, will talk about the raid itself, and the final talk will be delivered by visiting Professor Paul Bennett.
The session will end with a 10 minute film presentation by Tim Jones.
Following the morning events there will be a walk around the city to explore some of the locations concerned. There are only 25 places available and tickets need to be booked in advance.
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The Eastbridge Hospital is planning to do a screening of ‘A Canterbury Tale’ at the hospital that evening, on 3rd June, at 6.30, with a glass of wine, donations welcome.Tickets can be booked on their website.
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