Sunday 9th July 16.00 – 17.00 in the Rehearsal Tent
Cropredy Bridge is Oxfordshire’s largest battlefield and when fought in June 1644 its outcome was to have significant outcomes for the outcome of the Civil War. Why not come and find out what happened when King Charles I fought Sir William Waller on what is still an unspoiled field.
Stephen Barker is an independent Heritage Advisor who works with a number of museums, universities and heritage organisations. He has curated and designed exhibitions for Oxfordshire Museums Services, the Soldiers of Oxfordshire and Oxford Brookes University. In 2012 he ran the national Europeana/Oxford
University IT Great War Collections Day in Banbury Museum and was a trustee of the Battlefields Trust . In 2009 he published ‘Lancashire’s Forgotten Heroes’- a history of the 8th East Lancs. in the Great War. He completed his MA (distinction) in Museum Studies at Leicester University in 2011. He was a
teacher and headteacher in Primary Education for eighteen years. Book