Tuesday, July 30, 2019


A royal expert is coming to Brigg as celebrations continue for the 200th anniversary of the landmark Buttercross in the town centre.
Tracy Borman, who makes TV and media appearances, is to give a talk on Tuesday, September 3 (7pm for 7.30pm).
It will be about her major new biography, Henry VIII and the Men Who Made Him.
Tracy is the joint chief curator for Historic Royal Palaces - the charity that manages Hampton Court, the Tower of London, Kensington Palace and Whitehall.
Brigg Heritage Centre is organising the Lincoln-born historian's event at the Buttercross.
Tickets costing £10 are available from the Heritage Centre (in the Angel building) and from the Tourist Information Centre at the Buttercross.
Alternatively, call 01724 296771. Read more about Tracy Borman here....

We gather that copies of Tracy's books will be available on the night, with the chance to get them signed by the author.

1 comment:

Ken Harrison said...

Not forgetting, Ol' Nige, TB is a Yelloebelly person...born and bred in Scothern, near Lincoln..and went to Hull Uni...