Canonesses of the Holy Sepulchre

There were two opportunities to hear my research so far:

Hi everyone!  I was able to discuss my Research findings on two different occasions:-

Firstly, on Friday 9th October 2015, I presented the highlights of my research over the last 12 months - stories of foundation, migration, resilience and settlement! This talk took place at St Andrews Church, Melbourne Avenue, CM1 2DT with the following timetable:

  6.30pm - Welcome drinks
7.15pm - Evening prayer
7.45-9.00pm - MY TALK: Rediscovering the history of the English Canonesses of the Holy Sepulchre, c. 1642-1829

Similarly, on Saturday 7th November 2015, I presented a more detailed account of my research into the cemetery itself, and what makes this beautiful place so interesting and unique. The talk was held at New Hall itself, with the following timetable:
12 noon - Bring a picnic lunch and join us at the Barn
1pm - MY TALK: Death, Dying and Burial in the Convent, c. 1642-1829
1.45pm - visit to the cemetery
2.30pm - Mass for the Dead, celebrated by Bishop Thomas McMahon, followed by tea in the Barn