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Having been prevented in 2020 and 2021 from holding a “live” conference, we are pleased to be able to return to our usual format and venue. The programme should be both of antiquarian interest and informative to churchwardens and others with practical responsibilities for our churches. To help re-accustom you to “live” attendance we are making the day’s programme slightly shorter than hitherto, and keeping the fee for attendance correspondingly lower. While the risks from Covid-19 have diminished they have by no means disappeared. We and the College will of course be taking all due precautions to
avoid any risk of spreading infection. Although it will no longer be mandatory, we would ask everyone concerned to wear face covering except when addressing the audience.

The Day’s Programme
0930 Registration
1000 Welcome : Sir Hugh Duberly
1005 “A man who looks on glass . . . “ – windows from Saxon times to the twenty-first century – Dr Jasmine Allen
1055 Coffee
1120 Candlelight and its accessories – Dr Kirstin Kennedy
1210 From gas and gasoliers to incandescent lamps, and sodium floodlighting to LED light sources –
Bruce Kirk
1300 Sandwich lunch, for those who have ordered
1400 The work of the Cambridgeshire Historic Churches Trust – The Revd Canon David Pritchard
1425 Keeping warm in church – from the Middle Ages to the present day – Sarah Khan
1515 Closing remarks

How to Book
It’s now easy to book and pay on-line by debit or credit card at

https://camhct.uk/event/radiancy-divine-light-and-heat-in-church/#tribe-tickets

or phone 01353 778129 (leaving a message if we aren’t there, and we will phone you back) and we will help you either to pay on-line or send you a booking form for completion.