Talk on 20th March at 7.30 pm in The Old School Room
By Maureen Taylor MA. PGDip, BA (hons). BSc(hons)
In addition to presenting and lecturing to an adult audience, Maureen takes history into the classroom as part of the official outreach program, giving medieval workshops and presentations to children.
She is a committed volunteer at Hardwick Hall, is a Heritage Consultant, and sits on the Board of Trustees of Codnor Castle. Though always enthusiastic about history, Maureen was a professional sports coach for 25 years and brings energy and exuberance to whatever she undertakes.
Over the past ten years, Maureen has brought history to life at museums, heritage sites, universities and schools, and for men’s, women’s, and mixed groups as well as dedicated history groups.
Talking History brings the 15th and 16th century to life in a series of engaging, informative, and entertaining talks. From architecture and fashion, to cuisine and castles, the talks transport you back to a formative era of modern society.
Talking History prides itself on historical accuracy and contextual delivery. All talks are presented in appropriate costume and some are even presented in character!
Talks are tailored to the audience, making them the perfect learning tool from the very youngest to the more mature amongst us.