3pm Sunday April 24th at St. Mary’s Church, Harrow on the Hill
A fascinating insight into Harrow’s local history which will allow us to turn the clock back 900 years to see the original church of St Mary’s Harrow on the Hill and meet our predecessors.
Archaeological reconstruction artist, Daniel Secker, will talk to us about how he has researched the place names around Harrow and studied historical tracts which point to Harrow on the Hill having been an important centre of worship. Daniel has created a painting of how St. Mary’s would have looked 900 years ago, which we will discuss at the talk.
This promises to be a unique opportunity to hear about how St. Mary’s may have been an Anglo-Saxon shrine over 1200 years ago, and how this influenced Archbishop Lanfranc to build his church.
Tickets In Advance £4 (Half price over 65s and Under 18s) from Judith Shepherd (07976 913981) or St. Mary’s Parish Office (0208 423 4014)
On The Door £5 (Half price over 65s and Under 18s)
Includes the Talk and Tea, Coffee and Cake afterwards in the Church rooms