SEVENOAKS BOOKSHOP

147 High Street, Sevenoaks, Kent TN13 1XJ        OPENING HOURS

Tel : 01732 452055           Fax : 01732 450933      MON - SAT 9-5.30 pm


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Sevenoaks Bookshop
147 High Street, Sevenoaks, Kent TN13 1XJ
Tel:  01732 452055    Fax:  01732 450933
enquiries@sevenoaksbookshop.co.uk

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Our Customer Loyalty Scheme means that you will receive one stamp for every £10 you spend in a single transaction.  Six stamps entitles you to a discount of £5. This offer does not apply to the purchase of Book Tokens.

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Last orders 4.45 pm



CENTURIES OF CHANGE

Understanding What Really Makes History


Dr. Ian Mortimer

Saturday 27th June  ~ 7.30pm ~ Ightham Mote




TICKETS

£10

Available from the Bookshop

Dr Ian Mortimer, author of The Time Traveller’s Guide to Elizabethan England, sets out to challenge our assumptions about history.   We know that railways and aeroplanes shaped the modern world.  But do we ignore other inventions and developments that were less obvious?   In the historic surroundings of Ightham Mote, one of Britain’s most innovative historians invites us to take a fresh look at forces shaping our past, our present and our future.


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This talk would not appeal to young children:  suggested age range secondary upwards.  Duration 1 hour and a half, includes talk and

Q & A session.  No interval. Book sale and signing after the talk.