Images of a disappeared York
Tuesday 10 March 2015 from 7.30pm to 9.30pm (SOLD OUT)
and Wednesday 11 March 7.30pm to 9.30pm
Do you recognise this view? What's in the same location today?
We are delighted to welcome local Historian Peter Stanhope to help answer these questions with one of his popular lectures on our City's history. Peter is no stranger to Bedern Hall, having been involved with Guild life here as a Freeman and a Past Master of The Company of Cordwainers.
This illustrated talk will provide an insight into what York has lost over the centuries as Peter leads us through the ancient streets of our City.
Bedern Hall, dating from the 14th century, is situated in the heart of York, close to all city centre facilities. Originally part of the College of the Vicars Choral, the Hall has historic links with York Minster.
Renovated in more recent years, the Hall combines the best of the old and the new.
Bedern Hall has been equipped to provide modern facilities for meetings, seminars and smaller conferences.
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The Hall is also licensed for weddings, and can provide the perfect setting for your wedding celebrations.
Your meetings, whether for business or pleasure, will be remembered as a special event, with high quality, imaginative menus provided by our in-house caterers.
“The day was a great success - we were more than delighted with Bedern Hall and your excellent catering. We shall certainly use Bedern Hall in future.” - The Audit Commission
Download: Bedern Hall leaflet (PDF)