Snapshots of Medieval Beverley: Southern Beverley (2)
The Friary, Friars' Lane, Beverley, East Riding of Yorkshire, HU17 0DF
A walk beginning at the Friary to see some of Beverley's medieval buildings and learn more of their sometimes unexpected past. With Colin Bradshaw.
Join Colin Bradshaw for a walk which links together some of Beverley’s many medieval buildings. Hear about collapsing buildings (including the role of an earthquake), the life of the clergy, an archbishop’s palace and his deer park. You will also learn about the seamier side of medieval life as it affected the inn keepers and their customers and the best place to visit a loo – at that time.
This walk is the same route as Snapshots of Medieval Beverley in reverse, and not a new route.
Friday 10 September: 1545 - 1715
Pre-booking: Required Booking Contact: Beverley TIC, Treasure House, Champney Road, Beverley Call: 01482 391672 Write to: TIC, Beverley Treasure House
PUBLIC ADMISSION IS FREE TO ALL VENUES
PARTICIPATING IN HERITAGE OPEN DAY 2021
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