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Portraiture to come into focus at Redgrave church’s latest history workshop featuring Tania Harrington

PUBLISHED: 10:17 12 September 2017 | UPDATED: 10:17 12 September 2017

Redgrave Church is preparing to host a history workshop. Picture: Archant Library

Redgrave Church is preparing to host a history workshop. Picture: Archant Library

Portraits through the ages will be the focus of a history workshop at a north Suffolk church.

St Mary’s Church at Redgrave is hosting the event, called ‘People Power’, on September 30 from 10.30am-4pm, which will be led by lecturer Tania Harrington.

June Shepherd, workshop organiser, said it would be the latest in a popular series of study days the church has run since 2007, covering everything from Richard III to First World War airmail.

She said: “From the start our team aimed at providing history lovers with something more meaty than an evening lecture, yet not as involving as a several-month course.

“An added interest is that the study days all take place inside a beautiful building which is itself historically important.”

Cost is £18, including a light lunch. To book, send SAE to Mrs J. Shepherd, Barn View, Chapel Lane, Botesdale IP22 1DT, with cheques made out to Redgrave Church Heritage Trust.

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