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Historical Association - The French Invasion of England in 1216-1217

  • Thursday 16 February 2017 at 8pm
at Fellowship House.
Venue: Fellowship House, 136A Willifield Way, NW11 6YD. The speaker, Dr Sean McGlynn MA, PhD, FRHS, is author of the first book on the little-known French occupation of England in 1216, which was tied into the story of ‘bad’ King John and the Barons’ Revolt. Sean is a regular contributor to History Today, BBC History, English Historical Review, History and other journals. He lectures in History at The Open University and the University of Plymouth at Strode College where he teaches a module on King John. He has published widely on King John and is academic advisor to Salisbury Cathedral's Magna Carta 800 projects, writing the cathedral's official Magna Carta guide. All lectures are followed by free refreshments. Visitors are welcome £3.00, members of Fellowship House £1.00. There is no difficulty parking.

Fellowship House

136a Willifield Way
NW11 6YD    (map)

The hall at Fellowship House has a stage and seating for up to 85 people theatre-style. It is also ideal for children's or family parties. It has a well equipped new kitchen. For bookings call Elizsabeth Kocen on 020 8455 9000 or email her at

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