NEW EVENT: Sarah and Winston at Blenheim
An insight into the lives of Sarah the first Duchess and Winston Churchill
Join us in Adderbury Library to hear two fascinating talks.
Winston Spencer Churchill and Blenheim Palace
The private resources of Blenheim Palace are drawn upon to afford new and refreshing insights into this remarkable man. We examine the breadth of talent, achievement and personality of the “Greatest Briton”: soldier, politician, statesman, painter, writer, orator, family man – and bricklayer!
Sarah the Indomitable Duchess – a Lesson in Love…and Hate
The first Duchess was a passionate woman who at times favoured or alienated all around her; those closest to her were often the object of her irrational and damaging emotions. Sarah was once described as ‘a good hater,’ this talk will help you to decide whether this description was well deserved
What a great way to spend a Friday afternoon!!
Friday 18th March, 2.00pm in the Library Tickets £5
(Tea & cakes will be available to buy separately)
TICKETS AVAILABLE FROM: Adderbury Library OR by e-mail from Keith Mitchell on email@example.com
All proceeds go to help keep the library open!