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Richard III Talk moved to St Andrews Church

Nathen Amin's controversial testament in the trial of Richard III has sparked huge interest that we have decided to move the talk to the larger capacity at St Andrews Church located on the high street Collyweston.

The larger venue will allow people from all over the country to attend as St Andrews has a 120 seat capacity.

The talk by Nathen will open with why he believes Richard III was guilty of the the murder of the Princes in the tower.

Many of you will recognise Nathen on the TV with expert opinion sought by Nathen regularly on national documentaries about the Tudor period.

We will then be looking for a large 40 minutes of questions and opinions from our audience before asking for a vote.

Refreshments and toilets will be available in the village hall located near St Andrews Church.

Following the talk Nathen will be available for book signings of his new book.

Entry is free for members and students under 18. £5.00 entry per person for non members.

Early arrival essential as seats will be allocated on a first come first served basis.

Car parking where available is on the high street.

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