Preston Historical Society along with the Harris Museum, UCLan and Lancashire Archives are putting on a series of events related to the Battle of Preston, the last battle on English soil. Also an excellent series of articles in Blog Preston written by Karen Doyle of PHS, linked below.
A sound, light and performance on Church Street. Sunday 15th November 4.30 to 6.30pm.
On 10th November at 1.30pm in the Market Square there will a Proclamation of James III.
Plus several talks, debates and study sessions:
Wednesday 11th November 7.30pm Jacobites in the Archives at Lancashire Archives, Bow Lane.
Wednesday 11th November 7.30pm The Build up to the Battle of Preston, at Garstang URC Hall, small charge.
Saturday 14th November 10am to 4pm Discover the Battle of Preston activity day in Preston Minster.
Sunday 15th November 3pm to 3.50pm Commemorative Service in Preston Minster.
Tuesday 17th November 12.30-1.30pm Reflections on Rebellion, talks and debate with historians from UCLan at the Harris.
Thursday 19th November 12.30-1.30pm Reflections on Rebellion, talks and debate with historians from UCLan at the Harris.
Saturday 21st November 9.30am to 4pm The Jacobite Rebellion study day at UCLan, £10.
Monday 7th December 7.15pm Battle of Preston aftermath, talk by Bill Shannon. Preston Minster, £5.
An excellent series of articles in Blog Preston written by Karen Doyle can be found on the link below: