Jeremy Collier lecture

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Posted: Wednesday 5th March 2014

Don’t miss a fascinating lecture at St Pancras Old Church called ‘Jeremy Collier RIP: Visionary Bishop and Infamous Outlaw’.

Collier, an Anglo-Catholic, Jacobite and outlaw, was interred at Old St Pancras in 1736. Dr Peter Foley will be discussing Collier’s captivating history, from the invasion of William of Orange to the closing years of the reign of George I on 27 March.

All lectures at St Pancras Old Church start at 7pm with the bar opening from 6.30pm. Entrance is £10 in aid of the St Pancras Old Church Appeal.

Tickets can be purchased here by donating the ticket price, leaving your name and the number of tickets you require or by emailing st.p.appeal@gmail.com and paying on the door.

A small number of tickets will also be available on the door.

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