William Sheppard: Cromwell's Law Reformer
Thursday 12 Sept, 2.30 - 3.15pm at the Heritage Hub
A talk by Rose Hewlett about William Sheppard, Oliver Cromwell's legal adviser 1654-57, who is relatively unknown within his native county of Gloucestershire. Sheppard's proposed law reforms took more than 200 years to enact. Talk lasts 45 minutes.
The price of this event is £3, but if booked jointly with Forest Deanery and Reformation Talk the price for both is £5. The Forest Deanery and the Reformation Talk, is 15.30, at the Gloucestershire Heritage Hub.
This event has suitable wheelchair access.
For further information and to book tickets please visit the Gloucester History Festival website