Was Richard III a bloody tyrant? Saffron Walden Museum Society’s next talk explores the life and so-called crimes of the former king

07:00 08 February 2014

‘Richard III – a bloody tyrant?’ is the theme of Saffron Walden Museum Society’s next meeting.

Guest speaker is Dr Phil Stone, chairman of Richard III Society, and his fully illustrated talk covers the life and so-called crimes of the former monarch.

The meeting is on Monday (February 10), 8pm in St Mary’s Parish Rooms, Museum Street.

Visitors are welcome, £3. For information about the society’s 2014 programme of events, visit swmuseumsoc.org.uk.

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