Friends of Malton Museum Lecture Wednesday 17th April 2019

York’s History Through 100 Plaques’

York Civic Trust has been putting up plaques in York since 1946, and with the more recent change to the blue plaque format they have become more prominent.

Why do we put up plaques? Because we believe a place is a better place if the people who pass through it — residents, workers and visitors — understand how that place was formed and has changed through the years, giving a sense of belonging. York and its people have a wonderful story to tell.

In this talk we introduce you to many famous York people who have made their mark nationally in science, the arts, philanthropy and politics, and whose former homes or workplaces have a Civic Trust blue plaque to celebrate their achievements.

The Library, Malton School, Middlecave Road, Malton, YO17 7NH
Time: 7.30

Admission: Friends FOC, Visitors, are very welcome, £3.00.

If you have not yet become a Friend of Malton Museum and would like to attend, an email to [email protected] advising you would like to attend would be much appreciated.

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