Huguenot Footsteps: Greenwich

Event Type: Local / Community

Takes Place: 18th May 2019

Time: 11am

Venue: By Sir Walter Raleigh's statue (outside the visitors centre for Greenwich)

Description: Huguenot Footsteps: Greenwich Saturday 18th May 2019 After the Revocation of the Edict of Nantes, a small but significant Huguenot community settled in Greenwich around the Marquis de Ruvigny. Many lived in Crooms Hill and worshipped at St Alfege Church - a few tombstones still remain. The guide will tell you about their houses, their exploits (some not legal) and the characters that once lived in this amazing town, full of history. Our tour will end outside the Fan Museum. Meeting point: By Sir Walter Raleigh's statue (outside the visitors centre for Greenwich) Time: 11am Duration: 90 minutes Donation: £10 per person Guide: Kate Boyle

How to book: https://www.wegottickets.com/event/456281

Price: £10 per person

Tel: 02072470367

Email: info@huguenotsofspitalfields.org

Website: www.huguenotsofspitalfields.org

Organiser: Huguenots of Spitalfields

Region: London

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