Events List for Study Days

Click on the titles below for more details of each Study Day.

All bookings will now be done via this website, and we have also added the option to pay on-line via credit/debit cards as well as via cheque and bank transfer.  To ensure that all the bookings are collated in one system we are no longer accepting email or telephone bookings (except in special circumstances).  However if you get stuck or make a mess of it email Cliff and he will be happy to unravel anything for you.

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Study Day Place £42.00 (GBP)  
First Time Discounted £25.00 (GBP)  

Beowulf is the poetic masterpiece that forms the precedent for literary art in the English language, but it is also a primary work of history.  It was probably composed during the eighth century, using older verse traditions reaching back to Scandinavia in the sixth century and beyond.  Through these and related texts we can retrieve something of the almost lost continent of the English pre-history.

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Study Day Place £42.00 (GBP)   Sold Out
First Time Discounted £25.00 (GBP)   Sold Out

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During the Middle Ages, the Suffolk parish church was the heart of a vibrant community.  Using surviving documentary and material evidence, this study day explores the business of running the parish church and introduces the people who ran it.  And, from education to having fun, domestic chores to elaborate funerals, we will also discover what can be learned about the community of people the parish church served.

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Study Day Place £42.00 (GBP)  
First Time Discounted £25.00 (GBP)  

Battlefields and Bishoprics: The Heirs of King Rædwald. Dr Sam Newton (Director, Wuffing Education) On the feast day of St Edwin, the Northumbrian king who had been established on the throne by King Rædwald (died c.625), we shall attempt to chart the history of East Anglia and England up to and including the Battle the (more…)

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Study Day Place £42.00 (GBP)  
First Time Discounted £25.00 (GBP)  

Elizabethan Music and Culture in East Anglia. Francis Knights (Fellow, Tutor and Director of Studies, Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge) During the day we will look at the forms and style of music from the Elizabethan period through a variety of genres – ranging from the music of the streets and theatre to the music of the (more…)

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Study Day Place £42.00 (GBP)  
First Time Discounted £25.00 (GBP)  

The English Aristocracy in the Middle Ages: Anatomy of an Élite. Professor Nigel Saul (Emeritus Professor of Medieval History at Royal Holloway, University of London) We will examine the power-brokers and military élite of medieval England, the earls, barons and knights, and their ladyfolk, looking at their economic resources, their military service, levels of expenditure (more…)

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Study Day Place £42.00 (GBP)  
First Time Discounted £25.00 (GBP)  

The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle and East Anglian History. Dr Sam Newton (Director, Wuffing Education) An illustrated introduction to one of the major documents of early English culture, and the insights it provides into the early history of East Anglia. More details to be added (more…)

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Study Day Place £42.00 (GBP)  
First Time Discounted £25.00 (GBP)  

Medieval Scholar M. R. James’ East Anglian Connections Dr Rik Hoggett (Heritage Consultant) Best known as the writer of some of the finest ghost stories ever published, M.R. James was also the foremost medieval scholar of his day with a strong academic and personal interest in East Anglia’s landscape and history. This study-day examines James’ (more…)

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Study Day Place £42.00 (GBP)   Sold Out
First Time Discounted £25.00 (GBP)   Sold Out


November 30th  Prehistory to Protohistory: the Iron Age in Europe and Britain. Edward Martin (Independent Scholar) In the Iron Age the written word starts to stir the mist of anonymity that clouds prehistory, turning it into protohistory. This course will demonstrate how the extraordinary art, artefacts and sites of this period challenge our perceptions of (more…)

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Study Day Place £42.00 (GBP)  
First Time Discounted £25.00 (GBP)  

The Greatest Plague: England at War in the Late Fifteenth Century.  Dr Toby Capwell (Curator of Arms & Armour, The Wallace Collection, London) King Edward III had too many sons. Out of his progeny came a bitter conflict which turned the medieval English nobility on each other, destroying their military dominance in France and causing (more…)

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Study Day Place £42.00 (GBP)  
First Time Discounted £25.00 (GBP)  

Christmas in Early England. Dr Sam Newton (Director, Wuffing Education) Rediscover the magic of Christmas with an exploration of the significance of the midwinter festival in early England.  This will include a look at the Old English calendar, which reveals how the pre-Christian year was structured, as well as the account of Christmas at Camelot (more…)


Please remember to ‘add to the event cart’  ONE day at a time.  Do not select all your Study Days and then attempt to ‘Add to the Event Cart’.

PayPal provide the on-line banking service for us.  If you don’t have a PayPal account, just click on the bottom box ‘Pay with Debit or Credit Card’ and you will prompted for the normal card details etc.