Whatever happened after Henry VIII? - an online talk by Nicholas Henderson
Location: Online via Zoom
Tickets £5.00 each
The forgotten tumultuous years following the death of Henry VIII. Ending in the final demise of the Tudor dynasty. Three queens and two kings, murder and plot, the strange precursors to the growth and development of Empire and the Modern World.
A graduate of Selwyn College, Cambridge, Nicholas trained for the Anglican ministry at Ripon Hall, Oxford. Inspired by a period working on the staff of Coventry Cathedral he has gained a wide experience of international matters. He was formerly Bishop-elect for the Diocese of Lake Malawi in Central Africa (2005-2009) and undertook his doctorate on Lay Anglican Ecclesiology with the University of Wales, Lampeter. Nicholas has a particular interest in the period of the English Reformation and the associated cultural, architectural and social changes it has produced. He lectures regularly for the Arts Society and other organisations and currently works as a parish priest in West London.
This event is to raise funds for Tavistock Heritage Trust.