Chaddesley Corbett Local History Society
18th October-7:30 pm
Wednesday October 18th 7.30pm
Prince Rupert of the Rhine –
King Charles I’s Pirate Princechad
By Max Keen
Image sourced from Wikipedia page on Prince Rupert of the Rhine.
Prince Rupert, a nephew to Charles 1st of England and was involved heavily with the Civil War. Having been
banished from England what did his life abroad hold, and what influence did he have on the rule of Cromwell
and the subsequent reinstatement of Royalty in the British Isles before his death in London in 1682 ?
Max Keen uses multimedia, costumes and artefacts to illustrate the story and can be controversial to
stimulate debate. Max has a certificate in Higher Education in British Archaeology, is a retired teacher and is
a popular local speaker so get there early to reserve your chair!
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Members unable to attend the meeting in person can watch it via Zoom.
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Talks held in Chaddesley Corbett Village Hall
Enquiries to Freda Griffith 07747618487
Visitors are always welcome@£5 paid on the door.
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The next meeting will be November 15th Christmas Songs Through the Ages: from Boars Head to bing Crosby by Richard Churchley
With festive refreshments!