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June 2017
£12.00

French Hospital, Museum Tour and Talk

June 30 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
The Huguenot Museum, 95 High Street
Rochester, Kent ME1 1LX United Kingdom
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The French Hospital

Take a tour of the Huguenot Museum and French Hospital with the Museum's trustee Leslie Du Cane and hear about his family's story. Powered by Eventbrite

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July 2017
£10.00

The Reception of Britain’s First Refugees: The Huguenots in Later Stuart England

July 8 @ 2:00 pm - 5:30 pm
The Huguenot Museum, 95 High Street
Rochester, Kent ME1 1LX United Kingdom
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Robin Gwynn has been at the forefront of Huguenot history for many decades and is author of 'Huguenot Heritage' which is always available in our shop. The thousands of French Protestants who crossed the Channel in the 1680s were the first people coming to Britain to be known as 'refugees'. This talk explores why they came, how many of them there were, where they went and settled following their arrival, and how they were received by the English people of…

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September 2017
£10.00

Cultural Heritage of the Huguenots

September 16 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
The Huguenot Museum, 95 High Street
Rochester, Kent ME1 1LX United Kingdom
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Blue Badge guide Sue Jackson explores the trades, crafts and cultural contribution of Huguenot refugees in the Georgian age of elegance. Museum admission included with ticket. Powered by Eventbrite

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£12.00

Tour of the Museum and French Hospital

September 29 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
The Huguenot Museum, 95 High Street
Rochester, Kent ME1 1LX United Kingdom
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The French Hospital

Take a tour of the Huguenot Museum and French Hospital, both on Rochester High Street. Refreshments included. Powered by Eventbrite

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October 2017
£10.00

Huguenots and the Industrial Revolution

October 28 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
The Huguenot Museum, 95 High Street
Rochester, Kent ME1 1LX United Kingdom
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Nonconformist and Protestant thinking shaped the development of Great Britain following the Reformation. During the Industrial Revolution, Britain was at the forefront of innovation, an achievement in which Huguenot migrants played a significant part. With Amanda Thomas from Friends of Medway Archives. Powered by Eventbrite

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