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Talks To Be Given On Jane Grey in Leicestershire, UK

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Talks To Be Given On Jane Grey in Leicestershire, UK

Post by SonjaMarie » Thu February 26th, 2009, 6:45 am


Lady Jane Grey was a local girl with the most extraordinary story. Queen for nine days, was she a traitor to the true queen or a victim of her power hungry family? Find out at Blaby Library and Kirby Muxloe Library in April! This is a great event for anyone interested in Tudor or Local History or just want to find out more about this local girl’s extraordinary life.
We will be hosting a talk on the life of Lady Jane Gray by history expert, Sally Henshaw.

* Monday 20th April, 7pm at Kirby Muxloe Library.
* Monday 27th April at 6pm at Blaby Library.

Tickets cost £2 from the library and include refreshments.
Tel : Blaby Library 0116 305 3516, Kirby Muxloe Library 0116 305 7114

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