Nichols’ History of Leicestershire: a bi-centenary celebration 2015 – talk by Caroline Wessel
11 April 2015
7.30 pm – Saturday 11th April 2015
Room D002, James France Building, Loughborough University (adjacent to the Ashleigh Drive pedestrian entrance to Campus)
Caroline Wessel of Leicestershire Archaeological & Historical Society will discuss the forthcoming bicentenary celebrations of John Nichols’ eight-volumed History of Leicestershire. Touching on information collected for her recently published book on Nichols, Caroline will explore the lives, talents and achievements of three generations of the Nichols family and the literary and antiquarian world of London and Leicestershire in which they lived.
Free to members, £3 for non-members. No pre-booking required.
Please note there is ample parking available beside the James France Building and the talk takes place in a ground floor room.
Copies of Caroline’s book will be available to purchase following the talk.