The Origins and evolution of Trinity House from the 12th century to the present day
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Trinity House remains one of Hull's most historic and active institutions. Officially founded in 1369, it has its heritage in Hull's Seafaring past.
This illustrated talk by Trinity House trustee Captain Dennis Robinson will take place in the English Room and will look back to the medieval roots of the Guild, the association with local churches and the religious communities in the area and how they are inter-linked with the House's own history.
It describes how the Guild became a maritime institution, the granting of the Royal Charters and the development of the House as a Maritime authority. Later describing how the Guild continues its Charitable Status.Also available in the same room will be the latest version of the 'virtual tour' of Trinity House.
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