Folklore, Folk Tales and Funny Folk - Geoff Harris
19th July 2021, 13:45 - 15:30
In this witty and very humorous talk Geoff takes a sideways look at some of the laws, old sayings, tales and people that make our country the often madly wonderful place it is today. Just what end of a boiled egg was it illegal to break in the reign of Edward VI? What do you use a cow, a pair of breeches and a stout cudgel for on a Friday? How did Chesterfield church get its crooked spire? The answers to these and many other vital questions are answered in this fast-paced, engaging talk. Your life will be changed!
You will need to preregister for this meeting.
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Please join the meeting around 1:45pm. The entertainment will start promptly at 2pm.