Howard Robinson, a volunteer guide at Worcester Cathedral, will speak about Eleanor of Aquitaine in the Faringdon Corn Exchange at 2.30pm on 13th February. Eleanor was the wife of Henry II and mother of King John. Henry and his wife Eleanor often stopped with the royal court at Worcester Cathedral. Eleanor was one of the most powerful and influential figures in the Middle Ages. She would eventually become queen of France, queen of England and lead a crusade to the Holy Land. Refreshments will be available after the talk. All members are welcome but visitors are required to pay £1.50. Further information is available on line at https://faringdondistrictu3a.com/ or from the chairman Margaret Brown on 01367 615 385.
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