What was Ely like during the 18th century?

Find out the answers and much more at a talk with Pamela Blakeman at Ely Cathedral on Saturday (7). Ms Blakeman will be providing a snapshot view of a visit to Ely that happened more than 250 years ago. Elie Hughes, Acting Curator of the museum, said: I

Find out the answers and much more at a talk with Pamela Blakeman at Ely Cathedral on Saturday (7).

Ms Blakeman will be providing a snapshot view of a visit to Ely that happened more than 250 years ago.

Elie Hughes, Acting Curator of the museum, said: "I hope there are many life-long learners out there who will take the opportunity to learn about the history of this great city in the 18th century with this talk by Pamela Blakeman."

INFO: The talk is suitable for everyone, and is on Saturday, October 7 between 2pm and 3pm. It will last approximately 45 minutes with 15 minutes for questions. Tickets are available from the museum and cost £2 (non-members) and £1.50 (friends/members) call 01353 666655 for tickets.


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Ely museum is located on the corner of Market Street and Lynn Road in the centre of Ely.

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