Barts Archives Lecture 2009


This year we are delighted that Dr Simon Thurley, Chief Executive of English Heritage will be giving the Barts Archives Lecture. The title of Dr Thurley’s lecture is Goodbye England’s Heritage: The Future of our History in the 21st Century. It will take place in the Great Hall in the North Wing of St Bartholomew's Hospital, West Smithfield on Monday 20th April at 6 pm, followed by a drinks reception and private view of the famous Hogarth staircase and the treasures of St Bartholomew’s Hospital Museum. The evening will close at 8 pm.


Tickets, priced £20 are available from the Barts Archives & Museum Department. To book, please call 020 7601 8152 to pay by credit card, or send a cheque, payable to 'Barts and the London Charity' to the address below for the number of tickets you require. For further information please call 020 7601 8152 or email us at [log in to unmask]


All proceeds from the evening will be donated to St Bartholomew’s Hospital Archives & Museum to support the work of preserving and making accessible one of the greatest hospital archives in the world.

Katie Ormerod
Deputy Archivist, St. Bartholomew's Hospital Archives & Museum
T 020 7601 8150

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