Second annual FNHCT Trust conference, 24 October 2015

This year’s second FNHCT/NHCT day conference was a great success, as was its predecessor, both contributing to the Trust’s educational objectives and making a profit for funds – as well as providing much information and enjoyment for participants.   The King’s Centre proved a very comfortable venue, and provided an excellent lunch too. The papers this … Continue reading Second annual FNHCT Trust conference, 24 October 2015

FNHCT Annual Lecture, 3 November

Our 2015 Annual Lecture took place on 3 November.  Matthew Champion gave a very interesting talk on medieval graffiti, in churches in Norfolk and farther afield, and a good audience asked a lot of questions.  Thanks to the House of Prayer for providing a comfortable venue. It was particularly interesting to hear Matthew’s argument that the … Continue reading FNHCT Annual Lecture, 3 November