Author and historian Alison Weir, who is also Patron of the Friends of Anne of Cleves’ House, returns to Anne of Cleves House for a talk about her latest book, Elizabeth of York: The Last White Rose.

Alison will also be signing copies of her book which will be for sale during the evening.

The Friends of Anne of Cleves’ House is a registered charity comprising a group of volunteers who hold a variety of fundraising events between March and October each year to support Sussex Past in caring for and enhancing this important property.  You can become a member by completing an application form (available at Anne of Cleves’ House), by dropping a note to the Friends’ membership secretary at the house, or by phoning 01273 473218.

Tickets cost £5 for Friends of Anne of Cleves’ House members and £10 for non-members. 

Call Anna Crabtree on 01273 473218 to book your space.

Doors open at 7.15pm for a 7.30pm start.


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