“The Stuff of Malton” lecture 16th August 2017

Malton market | Photograph by Steve Allen

Wednesday 16th August at 7 pm at Malton Museum, Yorkersgate . Lecture by Dr Kate Giles on “The Stuff of Malton” – how written records throw vivid light on living, trading and shopping in the Malton of old. Admission £5.

Kate is a buildings archaeologist and a Senior Lecturer at the University of York, and will be known to many of us.

BOOKING INFORMATION

Booking is not essential but it helps the Museum to know how many people are coming. You can get in touch by:

Email: [email protected]

Telephone: 01653 691262 to book your places, you can leave a message and the Museum will return your call

Pop in :  open Thursday, Friday, Saturday 10am – 4pm

Please tell the Museum which lecture you will be attending, your name, and a contact number.

Access Information

The lectures at Malton Museum are in the Assembly Rooms, which are up a flight of stairs. Unfortunately, because of the age of the building, there is no lift access available.

How to find us

The Museum is on the B1248, at 36 Yorkersgate in Malton.The nearest car parks are Market Place – 2 hours free parking, and Water Lane – pay and display.The postcode for sat nav instructions is YO17 7AB. The bus and railway stations are within easy walking distance of the Museum.

 


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