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Reforming Bradbourne? The Impact of the Reformation in the Peak District

June 18 @ 7:30 pm

Bradbourne Church, with logos of Bishops House and 500 Reformations

(Image: Photograph of Bradbourne Church courtesy of Neil Theasby. Used under Creative Commons License. Bishops’ House logo, courtesy of the Friends of Bishops’ House.)  

The Peaks’ village of Bradbourne, Derbyshire forms the focus of investigation for this talk from University of Sheffield archaeologist, John Moreland.

Bradbourne’s Anglo-Saxon stone cross and church serve as evidence to chart the ‘progress’ of Reformation in this part of Derbyshire. The material evidence, and the texts, speak to us of iconoclasm, destruction, resistance—and eventual Reformation’.

The talk may include some references to the course of Reformation in Sheffield, particularly a local Anglo-Saxon cross.


This 500 Reformations event is hosted by the Friends of Bishops’ House.


About the venue: Bishops’ House is a timber-framed property sited within what is now Meersbrook Park to the southeast of Sheffield. Its construction was recently dated to the reigns of Mary and Elizabeth Tudor. The site is managed by volunteers, and open to the public at weekends, and for school visits by arrangement.

 

Organisers

Friends of Bishops’ House
500 Reformations

Venue

Bishops’ House
Meersbrook Park, near Lees Hall Avenue
Sheffield, S8 9NA United Kingdom