A Lost Medieval Port at Bawdsey- Professor Mark Bailey. IAA Town Lectures & Concerts.

Loading Map....

Date(s) - 08/09/2022
1:00 pm

Museum Street Methodist Church



Town Lectures & Concerts 2022

To view or download a pdf of the Lectures & Concerts programme click here

Lecture – 8th September
A Lost Medieval Port at Bawdsey
Professor Mark Bailey.

Mark is Professor of Late Medieval History and a resident of Suffolk who has become fascinated by the dynamic interaction of climate change and human responses between 1200 and 1700. Histories of Suffolk usually document how increased storminess resulted in major erosion events along our vulnerable coast, such as the fate of Dunwich, while overlooking theequally important impact of major accretion events. Using Orford Ness and Bawdsey as examples, this talk explores these fascinating and highly relevant phenomena.

Museum St. Methodist Church, (entrance in Black Horse Lane), Ipswich IP1 2EF
1.00pm – 1.50pm.  Doors open 12.30pm.

Anyone wishing to attend is advised to register in advance by emailing:

Lectures:  vera.rogers1@btinternet.com    Concerts:  joybounds83@gmail.com

Socially distanced seating will be allocated on a first- come first-served basis and everyone attending will be sent details of the arrangements before the day. Thank you for your support.

ADMISSION IS FREE with a retiring collection. Donations of at least £3.00 per person are valued to maintain the series. Refreshments, served 12.30 – 12.55 are included.

Please click the button to make a secure donation via PayPal
A PayPal account is not required to make a donation.

image for A Lost medieval Port at Bawdsey - Professor Mark Bailey, Town lecture Sept  8th 2022

Bawdsey Cliff