TAS LECTURE | Reminder for Tue 24 Jun | English Civil Wars NE Military Activity

Dear TAS Members and Friends,

This is a reminder for our next lecture at Stockton Central Library*, Tuesday 24 June kicking off at 7.30pm. Don’t forget to bring your membership card. Guests are welcome for £4 each on the door, but annual membership makes much more sense. Find out how to join on our website.

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Lecture Reminder

June 24 | The North East turned upside down: Military activity during the English Civil Wars | 2014 BONUS LECTURE


Phil Philo | Middlesbrough Museums

CivilWar_DE GHEYN, Jacob 16072014 marks the 370th anniversary of the Battle of Marston Moor, probably one of the most decisive and best known events of the English Civil Wars. The North East is not noted for other landmark events during this conflict but its people played a significant role during the wars. Phil’s talk will give the background to the conflict, particularly the first civil war, the armies, their equipment and tactics, and try to give a more detailed look at the importance of engagements fought, in particular at Piercebridge, Yarm and Guisborough early on in the war, to the later sieges at York, Scarborough, Newcastle and Skipton.

Kind Regards,

Spencer Carter | TAS Chair & eCommunications