Coming up: 7th October 2020
Dr. Richard Stone is a Lecturer in Early Modern History at the University of Bristol. His work and research are varied, with topics including ‘Drink and Disorder in Early Modern England’ and 17th century overseas trade. He has a particular passion for the history of cider (find out more here), and in his spare time is one half of award winning local cidermakers Stones’ Cider. He has won the Somerset Cider Championships, and the Farmhouse Dry and Keeved classes at the British Cider Championships. During this informative online talk he will be discussing the ‘Golden Age’ of cider.
Booking required £5 (per computer)
Book online or call the museum on 01458 831197
Please note: This talk will be taking place on Zoom. Details for how to access the talk will be emailed to you in the week prior to the event.
Dates and locations
Wednesday, 7th October 2020, 7:30 - 9:00