I’m trying a new thing! Each week, we have a lecture, so I’ll be updating each week with a blog that gives you the link to this week’s class in case you miss it. Tell me what you think of the idea of the comments.
This week we were joined, once again, by Icy Sedgwick who came to talk to us about English Corpse Roads. A really fascinating talk and I hope you enjoy listening along! Icy mixes history with folklore here to talk us through something I, at least, had very little knowledge of before.
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I think it’s a great idea Sam!
A lecture a week posted on the blog — yes, please! I especially look forward to more folklore-related. Thank you so much for all you do. As they say in Texas, yee-haw!
Thanks for the feedback 🙂
I was stuck on trains this past weekend, & completely missed Icy Sedgewick’s talk – is there any chance of a catch-up link, please? I’d be really grateful!
Thanks in advance,& have a great day,
Rosie Garland http://www.rosiegarland.com/
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Hi Rosie, this is the video link to the talk 🙂