A talk at the Dorchester Festival and repeated in October of the same year.
Discover how the Wittenham Clumps became a major source of inspiration for Paul Nash, one of the finest landscape artists of the 20th century.
Sold out at the Ashmolean Museum last year, this illustrated talk now comes to the Dorchester Festival. The event takes place in Dorchester Abbey Guest House – within sight of the Wittenham Clumps.
Can you join us for our Family Service on Sun at 10.30. Teamwork - The Disciples. All ages welcome! ow.ly/31Pl30niDUT pic.twitter.com/6zTxb1HQar
Come and join us for our Eucharist at Epiphany when we remember the wise men. Sun 10.30am All welcome! ow.ly/f1s730mZf3z pic.twitter.com/xeooH7qqhP
Come and join us for our Epiphany Eucharist on Sun at 10.30a ow.ly/E9rw30mZeXu m. All welcome! pic.twitter.com/6dd10lD9Se
At our Epiphany Sung Eucharist we look forward to welcoming @MartynPercy as Preacher and Celebrant. With the Abbey Choir. 10.30am Sunday