Course Details
The Emergence of the Modern England from George IV to early Victoria
Following the long reign of George IV, the two short reigns of the colourful and controversial George IV and somewhat bluff, reforming William IV gave way to the reign of Victoria. This period into the early years of Victoria’s reign saw England transformed and transforming – political reform, the railways, industry and commerce, imperial power. After summarising and assessing these reigns, we will explore changes and developments which were to herald in the Victorian Age and, in so many
ways, the birth of modern Britain.
Date / Time:
Saturday, 28th March 2020 , from 09:30 to 16:00
Course Fee:
£38.00 (to include light refreshments)
To be held at:
Buckfast Abbey Conference Centre
Course Tutor:

Mark Cottle

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