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Programme 2019

MONDAY 22ND JULY 

7.30-9.30 BREAKFAST FOR HOLLAND HALL RESIDENTS, HOLLAND HALL DINING ROOM 

9-11 TEA/COFFEE/BISCUITS AVAILABLE IN FORUM STREET. REGISTRATION OPEN FROM 8:30 

9.15-9.30 WELCOME TO EXETER – Emma Cayley, University of Exeter, ALUMNI AUDITORIUM 

9.30-11 KEYNOTE LECTURE 1: Michelle Szkilnik, Paris III, Sorbonne-Nouvelle. « Des armes et des livres: la construction de la communauté chevaleresque (XIVe-XVe s.) ». ALUMNI AUDITORIUM, FORUM 

Chair: Michelle Bolduc, University of Exeter 

11-11.30 COFFEE BREAK, FORUM STREET 

11.30-1 PANEL SESSIONS 1 

1A. Linguistic and Religious Contact Zones (FORUM SEMINAR ROOMS 1-3) 

Chair: Philippe Frieden, Université de Genève 

Linda Paterson, University of Warwick. ‘A clash of communities: a hairy hero at the siege of Antioch.’ 

Michelle Bolduc, University of Exeter. ‘Translation and the rhetoric of community: Guillelmus de Aragonia’s De nobilitate animi.’ 

Edward Mills, University of Exeter. ‘Why write the calendar in French? Computus texts and the vernacular communities of medieval England.’ 

1B. Performing Music and Poetry in Medieval Iberia: A Reassessment (EXPLORATION LAB 2) 

Chair: Yolanda Plumley, University of Exeter 

Anna Alberni, Universitat de Barcelona-ICREA. ‘Cultural encounters and intertextuality: the role of minstrels in medieval Catalan poetry.’ 

Anna Fernàndez Clot, Universitat de Barcelona. ‘Re-evaluating the image of minstrelsy. From literature to archive.’ 

Stefano Maria Cingolani, Universitat de Barcelona-FBG. Ioculatores, ministrerios, cantores: towards a definition of a courtly community of music and poetry.’ 

1C. Arthurian Community in German (EXPLORATION LAB 1) 

Chair: Margit Dahm-Kruse, Christian-Albrechts-Universität, Kiel 

Susann T Samples, Mount Saint Mary’s University. ‘The Communities of others in Heinrich von dem Türlin’s Diu Crône.’ 

Alexandra Sterling-Hellenbrand, Appalachian State University. wan bî den liuten ist sô guot: Configuring community in medieval German courtly literature.’ 

Christoph Witt, Freie Universität, Berlin. ‘Moments of meaning: temporal entanglements of significance between inscription and material object in Wolfram’s of Eschenbach Titurel fragment.’ 

1D. Modèles/éthiques de la communauté (ALUMNI AUDITORIUM) 

Chair: Florence Bouchet, Université Toulouse II – Jean Jaurès 

Camille Carnaille, Université de Genève. ‘Entre communautés courtoises et émotionnelles, l’affect au coeur de la courtoisie.’ 

Florence Tanniou, Université Paris Nanterre. ‘Communautés dans l’oeuvre de Philippe de Novare: des réseaux de parole dans l’Orient latin.’ 

Benedicte Milland-Bove, Paris III – Sorbonne Nouvelle. ‘Communauté urbaine, communauté courtoise? Le Tournoiement as dames de Paris de Pierre Gencien, du réseau intertextuel au tissu social.’ 

1-2 LUNCH, FORUM STREET – LUXURY FINGER BUFFET 

2-4 PANEL SESSIONS 2 

2A. Literary and MS Reflections of Courtly Communities in the Crown of Aragon (FORUM SEMINAR ROOMS 1-3) 

Chair: Linda Paterson, University of Warwick 

Miriam Cabré, ILCC-Universitat de Girona. ‘‘Trop m’enug de cortz anar’: A late-troubadour circuit.’ 

Sadurní Martí, ILCC-Universitat de Girona. ‘Textual culture at the Urgell court.’ 

Laia Danés, ILCC-Universitat de Girona. ‘The literary community reflected in the Cançoner Estanislau Aguiló.’ 

Marta Marfany, Universitat Pompeu Fabra. ‘French poetry and courtly community in the Cançoner Vega Aguiló.’ 

2B. Les communautés émotionnelles à l'épreuve des textes littéraires (EXPLORATION LAB 1) 

Chair: Michelle Bolduc, University of Exeter 

Lisa Sancho, Université Bourgogne Franche-Comté. ‘Construire une notion en réseau, des textes médiévaux aux chercheurs modernes: l’exemple de la honte dans la littérature française des XIIe et XIIIe siècles.’ 

Sarah Delale, Sorbonne Université. ‘La construction symbolique des émotions collectives dans les associations courtoises du premier XVe siècle.’ 

Guillaume Oriol, Université de Bordeaux Montaigne et École pratique des Hautes Études. ‘La rhétorique des émotions, des troubadours aux trouvères ou comment se constitue un réseau à partir d’une communauté émotionnelle.’ 

2C. La compilation comme vecteur de communauté vers la fin du moyen âge (ALUMNI AUDITORIUM) 

Chair: Yasmina Foehr-Janssens, Université de Genève 

Philippe Frieden, Université de Genève. ‘La communauté absente : Pétrarque en correspondance.’ 

Anne Salamon, Université Laval. ‘Réseaux lettrés au XVe siècle autour de quelques histoires universelles.’ 

Laëtitia Tabard, Le Mans Université. ‘‘Ensemble les responces des dictes dames’: le réseau des poèmes féminins dans Le Jardin de plaisance et fleur de rethorique.’ 

4-4.30 COFFEE BREAK, FORUM STREET 

4.30-6 PANEL SESSIONS 3 

3A. La communauté dans le texte: courtoisie, chevalerie, compagnonnage (ALUMNI AUDITORIUM) 

Chair: TBC 

Alain Corbellari, Lausanne & Neuchâtel. ‘Images de la vie de cour dans les fabliaux: éléments perturbateurs et solidarité de classe.’ 

Yasmina Foehr-Janssens, Université de Genève. ‘Des communautés animales à la cour.’ 

Marco Prost, Université de Lausanne. ‘Le trickster, (anti-)héros à la faille du réseau courtois?’ 

3B. Networks of Manuscript Production (FORUM SEMINAR ROOMS 1-3) 

Chair: Edward Mills, University of Exeter 

Henry Ravenhall, King’s College London. ‘The 'Histoire atelier' at Soissons and its network.’ 

Casey Casebier, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. ‘The apocryphal Vie des pères: three 14th-century manuscripts in context.’ 

Melek Karatas, King’s College London. ‘Creating books and communities: the atelier of Jeanne and Richard de Montbaston and its network.’ 

3C. Court, Literature and Politics (EXPLORATION LAB 1) 

Chair: Jean Blacker, Kenyon College 

Leslie Morgan, Loyola University Maryland. ‘Parrot as fool at court: Arthur’s ‘enfances’ in Le Chevalier au papegau.’ 

Cristian Bratu, Baylor University. Courtoisie, clergie, and ideal monarchy in Wace’s works.’ 

Adrian Stevens, University College London. ‘Clerical networks and dynastic politics: the Tristan romance at the court of Gilbert Foliot, bishop of London (1163-1187) and the court of Dietrich von Hengebach, archbishop of Cologne (1208-1212).’ 

6-7 DRINKS RECEPTION, FORUM STREET 

7-8.30 BBQ DINNER, OUTSIDE HOLLAND HALL BAR 

HOLLAND HALL BAR OPEN 

TUESDAY 23RD JULY 

7.30-9.30 BREAKFAST FOR HOLLAND HALL RESIDENTS, HOLLAND HALL DINING ROOM 

9-11 TEA/COFFEE/BISCUITS AVAILABLE IN FORUM STREET 

9.30-11 KEYNOTE LECTURE 2: Simon Gaunt, King’s College London. ‘On the agency of manuscripts’. ALUMNI AUDITORIUM, FORUM 

Chair: Tom Hinton, University of Exeter 

11-11.30 COFFEE BREAK, FORUM STREET 

11.30-1 PANEL SESSIONS 4 

4A. Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Music at the Networked Court (EXPLORATION LAB 2) 

Chair: Laura Slater, University of Oxford 

Christophe Masson, University of Oxford. ‘Cultural networking in Avignon: cardinals’ and Papal courts.’ 

Karl Kügle, Universities of Oxford/Utrecht. ‘The Court of Savoy as a network: music, power, lineage, gender.’ 

David Murray, University of Oxford. ‘Making and breaking the court: songs, Archbishop Pilgrim II of Salzburg and the Monk of Salzburg.’ 

4B. Late-Medieval Codicological Communities (ALUMNI AUDITORIUM) 

Chair: Keith Busby, University of Wisconsin-Madison 

Amy Heneveld, University of Geneva. ‘At the court of the book: how a vernacular compilation manuscript creates community.’ 

Ashby Kinch, University of Montana. ‘‘She lyst not to lere recclesly.” Resisting “Love’s Daunce” in the Findern MS Excerpt of Les Voeux du Paon.’ 

Kathy M. Krause, University of Missouri-Kansas City. ‘Codicological communities in miscellany manuscripts: the example of Paris, BnF, Fr 1553.’ 

4C. Communautés textuelles autour de l'historiographie (FORUM SEMINAR ROOMS 1-3) 

Chair: Jean Blacker, Kenyon College 

Aude Sartenar, Université de Genève. ‘Communautés courtoises: Les chroniques romanes des comtes de Foix d’Arnaud Esquerrier.’ 

Françoise Laurent, l'Université Blaise Pascal, Clermont-Ferrand et Laurence Mathey-Maille, l'Université Le Havre Normandie. ‘Mise en réseau des textes et construction d'une identité: l'historiographie anglo-normande du XIIe siècle.’ 

Anh Thy Nguyen, Université catholique de Louvain. ‘Une communauté littéraire à la cour de Bourgogne? L’exemple des sources de la Fleur des histoires et de la Fleur des histoires comme source.’ 

4D. Interrogating the Court (EXPLORATION LAB 1) 

Chair: TBC 

Jeff Rider, Wesleyan University. ‘The Courts of Flanders and Champagne at the end of the twelfth century.’ 

June Hall McCash, Middle Tennessee State University. ‘A 21st-century textual community on the court of Marie of Champagne.’ 

Joseph T. Snow, Michigan State University. ‘The Court culture of Spain’s Alfonso X (1252-1284).’ 

1-2 LUNCH, FORUM STREET – LUXURY FINGER BUFFET 

2-3.30 PANEL SESSIONS 5 

5A. Longue durée Community: Medieval to Early Modern (FORUM SEMINAR ROOMS 1-3) 

Chair: Jane Taylor, Durham University 

Emma Cayley, University of Exeter. ‘Deleting the text: visual communities from Guillaume de Machaut to Alain Chartier.’ 

Marion Hollings, Middle Tennessee State University. ‘Women and Greek in early Tudor translation culture.’ 

Edward Milowicki, Mills College Oakland. ‘Webs ancient and modern: the seeking self and the social network.’ 

5B. La circulation de Floire et Blanchefleur en Europe (EXPLORATION LAB 2) 

Chair: Florence Bouchet, Université Toulouse II – Jean Jaurès 

Sofia Lodén, Swedish Collegium for Advanced Study, Uppsala. ‘European landscapes of Floire et Blanchefleur.’ 

Vanessa Obry, Université de Haute-Alsace. ‘L’idylle en réseau: réflexions sur les citations et les réécritures de Floire et Blancheflor.’ 

Leah Tether, University of Bristol. Scripta volant, verba manent: The Un-publication of Floris and Blancheflour in Medieval and Early-Modern England.’ 

5C. Arthurian Community in French (ALUMNI AUDITORIUM) 

Chair: Patrick Moran, University of British Columbia 

Anne Berthelot, University of Connecticut. ‘Chevaliers de la Table Ronde et Chevaliers de la Reine: Rivalités chevaleresques dans les premiers faits du Roi Arthur.’ 

Claudia Kovach, Neumann University. ‘Master narratives, truth, and humor: Undercutting the community in Tristan.’ 

Kristin L. Burr, Saint Joseph’s University. ‘Creating community: Chivalric relics in Méraugis de Portlesguez and L’Atre périlleux.’ 

5D. Community in the Text: Suffering, Exile, Social Norms (EXPLORATION LAB 1) 

Chair: TBC 

Bonnie Millar, University of Nottingham. ‘Perspectives on pain: medical and literary interconnections.’ 

Lucas Wood, Texas Tech. ‘Shared love, collective suffering and discursive community in the Lai d’Ignaure.’ 

Stacey L. Hahn, Oakland University. ‘Community and exile in the Roman de Silence.’ 

3.30-4 COFFEE BREAK, FORUM STREET 

3.30-4.30 INDIVIDUAL ICLS NATIONAL BRANCH MEETINGS 

4.30-6 PANEL SESSIONS 6 

6A. Lyric Communities (EXPLORATION LAB 2) 

Chair: Tom Hinton, University of Exeter 

Daniel E. O’Sullivan, University of Mississippi. ‘Melodic communities and social networks in medieval France.’ 

Christopher Davis, Northwestern University. ‘The Empire of song: lyric mobility and social hierarchy in the Chansonnier du Roi.’ 

Anna Arató, ENS. ‘Philippe de Beaumanoir et le réseau poétique du Nord de la France au XIIIe siècle.’ 

6B. (Para)textual Communities (FORUM SEMINAR ROOMS 1-3) 

Chair: Kristin L. Burr, Saint Joseph’s University 

Gloria Allaire, University of Kentucky. ‘A Textual community in Italy: the readership of Guerrino il Meschino by Andrea da Barberino.’ 

Laine Doggett, St Mary’s College of Maryland. ‘Overlapping textual communities and the Roman de la Poire, MS Paris BnF 2186.’ 

Ana Pairet, Rutgers. ‘William Caxton, Burgundian textual mediator.’ 

6C. Table ronde: Le public de Floire et Blanchefleur comme communauté: exemples de processus d’acculturation (Orient byzantin et Scandinavie). (ALUMNI AUDITORIUM) 

Chair: Leah Tether, University of Bristol 

Participants: Romina LUZI (EHESS, Paris), Virgile REITER (Université de Lyon), Sofia Lodén, Vanessa Obry 

6D. The Fantastic at Court (EXPLORATION LAB 1) 

Chair: Michelle Szkilnik, Université de Paris III, Sorbonne-Nouvelle 

Janina P Traxler, Manchester University (USA). ‘The Fantastic (de)construction of Arthurian courtly community.’ 

Marie-Christine Payne, Paris III- Sorbonne Nouvelle. ‘Réseaux courtois et chevaleresques : un exemple du livre VI du Roman de Perceforest.’ 

Coline Blaizeau, University of Exeter. ‘Ordinary pictures for extraordinary stories: presence and absence of the marvellous in Perceforest manuscripts.’ 

7-8 DINNER, HOLLAND HALL 

7-LATE HOLLAND HALL BAR OPEN 

8-9.30 PERFORMANCE OF ‘KUDRUN’, GREAT HALL by storytellers ‘City of Women’. Tickets available at registration, on door, or on Eventbrite (wegottickets.com/CityofWomen special discount code for delegates: courtlyl19). Doors open 7.30, performance starts at 8. Running time: 90 minutes plus interval. Q&A to follow performance. 

WEDNESDAY 24TH JULY 

7.30-9.30 BREAKFAST FOR HOLLAND HALL RESIDENTS, HOLLAND HALL DINING ROOM 

9-11 TEA/COFFEE/BISCUITS AVAILABLE IN FORUM STREET 

9.30-11 KEYNOTE LECTURE 3: Yolanda Plumley, University of Exeter. ‘Traversing Boundaries in Song: Lyric Communities and International Court Networks in the Late 14th Century’. ALUMNI AUDITORIUM, FORUM 

Chair: Naomi Howell, University of Exeter 

11-11.30 COFFEE BREAK, FORUM STREET 

11.30-1.30 PANEL SESSIONS 7 

7A. Kids, Cloth, Clothing, and Connections: Complex Communities in Marie de France (Marie de France 1) (EXPLORATION LAB 1) 

Chair: Logan E. Whalen, University of Oklahoma 

Miriam Rheingold Fuller, University of Central Missouri. ‘It takes a village: lactation and childcare communities in Marie de France’s Lais.’ 

Susan Hopkirk, University of Toronto. ‘Talking textiles: Marie de France’s Le Fresne as feminist Philomela.’ 

Monica L. Wright, University of Louisiana at Lafayette. ‘Fables and lays: constructing community through carnivalesque clothes.’ 

Tamara Bentley Caudill, Jacksonville University. ‘Fessebouc or social networking in the Ysopet of Marie de France.’ 

7B. Lettres en réseaux : les abécédaires en français (XIIIe-XVe s.) (ALUMNI AUDITORIUM) 

Chair: Marion Uhlig, Université de Fribourg 

Marion Uhlig, Université de Fribourg. ‘La lettre sauve : l’ABC et la louange mariale.’ 

Thibaut Radomme, Université de Fribourg. ‘Le contexte manuscrit des abécédaires français du XIIIe siècle.’ 

Yan Greub, Université de Neuchâtel. ‘Les abécédaires – État de la question éditoriale.’ 

David Moos, Université de Fribourg. ‘Les jeux morphophonétiques au sein de l’Abecé par ekivoche d’Huon le Roi de Cambrai.’ 

Olivier Collet, Université de Genève. ‘Pour une cartographie des abécédaires.’ 

7C. Networks for Troubadours (FORUM SEMINAR ROOMS 1-3) 

Chair: Miriam Cabré, ILCC-Universitat de Girona 

Ruth Harvey, Royal Holloway, University of London. ‘‘A high-born lady from Gascony’: Arnaut Daniel and his networks.’ 

Courtney Joseph Wells, Hobart and William Smith Colleges. ‘Courtly commune? A thirteenth- to fourteenth-century Tuscan network of Occitan poetry.’ 

Annie Doucet, University of Oklahoma. Fin cor and cors orgoillos: The Intertextual heart in the troubadour Cansos.’ 

Sarah-Grace Heller, Ohio State University. ‘Makeovers for the courtly community: sharing grooming & clothing advice in Occitan Ensenhamen poems.’ 

1.30-2.30 LUNCH, FORUM STREET – LUXURY FINGER BUFFET 

FREE AFTERNOON – OPTIONAL TRIP TO EXETER CATHEDRAL, AND CATHEDRAL LIBRARY AND ARCHIVE/MEDIEVAL TOUR OF EXETER. SIGN UP AT RECEPTION. CONVENE AT 2.30 IN FORUM STREET FOR THE TOURS. 

5.30-6.30 MEDIEVAL MUSIC ENSEMBLE, THE MARY HARRIS MEMORIAL CHAPEL. Tickets available at registration or on the door. See www.urismilansky.com for details of the musician and his group. 

7-8 DINNER, HOLLAND HALL 

7-LATE HOLLAND HALL BAR OPEN 

THURSDAY 25TH JULY 

7.30-9.30 BREAKFAST FOR HOLLAND HALL RESIDENTS, HOLLAND HALL DINING ROOM 

8-10 TEA/COFFEE/BISCUITS AVAILABLE IN FORUM STREET 

8.30-10 GENERAL ASSEMBLY, ALUMNI AUDITORIUM 

10-10.30 COFFEE BREAK, FORUM STREET 

10.30-12 KEYNOTE LECTURE 4: Geri Smith, University of Central Florida. ‘Christine de Pizan and Her Textual Communities’. ALUMNI AUDITORIUM, FORUM 

Chair: Emma Cayley, University of Exeter 

12-1.30 PANEL SESSIONS 8 

8A. Texts and Travels: The Networks in and of Medieval French Literature (ALUMNI AUDITORIUM) 

Chair: Tom Hinton, University of Exeter 

Miranda Griffin, University of Cambridge. ‘Manuscript Travels: East, West, Space and Time in a King's Book.’ 

Victoria Turner, University of St Andrews. ‘Crusading Communities: Travel and Family Networks in the Chansons de geste.’ 

Jane Sinnett-Smith, University of Warwick. ‘Assembling the sacred: relics, bodies, and books in a medieval French life of St Eligius.’ 

Matthew Lampitt, King’s College London. ‘Away with the Fairies? The Networks of Avalon.’ 

8B. Texts as Witnesses to Courtly Community (EXPLORATION LAB 1) 

Chair: Leslie Zarker Morgan, Loyola University Maryland 

Anders Bengtsson, Stockholm University. ‘The Role of food and wine in courtly literature.’ 

Roberto Pesce, University of Oklahoma. ‘Chessboards and princes: advising the King in the Angevin court of Naples.’ 

Catherine Blunk, Drury University. ‘Jousting at court: gendered communities.’ 

8C. Communautés textuelles? Les traductions vernaculaires d’Ovide au Moyen Age et l’impact des commentaires latins (FORUM SEMINAR ROOMS 1-3) 

Chair: Richard Trachsler, Université de Zurich 

Lisa Ciccone et Pierandrea Martina, Fonds National Suisse-Université de Zurich. ‘Qu’expliquent les commentaires latins des Métamorphoses?’ 

Prunelle Deleville, Fonds National Suisse-Université de Genève. ‘Ovide désencombré. La famille z des manuscrits de l’Ovide Moralisé.’ 

Clara Wille, Université de Zurich. ‘L’impact des commentaires latins sur les traductions françaises de l’Ars amatoria.’ 

1.30-2.30 LUNCH, FORUM STREET – LUXURY FINGER BUFFET 

2.30-4 PANEL SESSIONS 9 

9A. Clergie and Community (EXPLORATION LAB 1) 

Chair: June Hall McCash, Middle Tennessee State University 

Dorothy Sherman Severin, University of Liverpool. ‘The Uses of humour in poetic lives of Christ: manuscript to print in late fifteenth-century Spain.’ 

Jeanne Nightingale, Miami University of Ohio. ‘Conversations across the discourses of court and cloister.’ 

Eliza Hoyer-Millar, University of Oxford. ‘From the School of St Victor’s exegesis ad letteram to Marie de France’s gloser la lettre.’ 

9B. Réseaux textuels et création littéraire (ALUMNI AUDITORIUM) 

Chair: Anne Berthelot, University of Connecticut 

Patrick Moran, University of British Columbia. ‘La distinction lai-roman : des réseaux génériques mouvants.’ 

Nathalie Koble, ENS Ulm, et Anne Rochebouet, UVSQ - Paris-Saclay. ‘L’école du copiste : poétique du réseau et invention Romanesque.’ 

Nicola Morato, Université de Liège. ‘The eye of the cycle. Textual networks and Arthurian prose romances.’ 

9C. Early Modern Reception and Adaptation (FORUM SEMINAR ROOMS 1-3) 

Chair: Kathy M. Krause, University of Missouri-Kansas City 

Joseph M. Sullivan, University of Oklahoma. ‘Yvain in autumn: Ulrich Fuetrer’s Iban (circa 1480) and Pierre Sala’s Chevalier au lion (1522).’ 

Caroline Jewers, University of Kansas. ‘On the inner life of a mise-en-prose: L’Hystoire de Giglan.’ 

4-4.30 COFFEE BREAK, FORUM STREET 

4.30-6.30 PANEL SESSIONS 10 

10A. Marie and the Afterlife: Religious Communities and Textual Transformations (Marie de France 2) (ALUMNI AUDITORIUM) 

Chair: Marion Hollings, Middle Tennessee State University 

Regula Meyer Evitt, Colorado College. ‘Thigh wounds, chastity surveillance, and gender ambiguity: Jewish-Christian exegetical exchange and Marie’s “Jewish” Knight in Guigemar.’ 

Donna Alfano Bussell, University of Illinois at Springfield. ‘Community, liturgy, and authorship in Marie’s Vie seinte Audree.’ 

Logan E. Whalen, University of Oklahoma. ‘Marie de France and the community of lays in MS S: Paris, BnF, nouv. acq. fr. 1104.’ 

Christopher Callahan, Illinois Wesleyan University. ‘Sing me to the end of love: Marie’s avian messengers in modern Welsh and Greek song.’ 

10B. Communautés textuelles? Les traductions vernaculaires d’Ovide au Moyen Age et l’impact des commentaires latins (FORUM SEMINAR ROOMS 1-3) 

Chair: Richard Trachsler, Université de Zurich 

Claudia Tassone, Université de Zurich. ‘Les arts d’aimer français, des « livres de conduite » ?’ 

Isabelle Godeby, Université de Zurich-Université de Genève. ‘La traduction française de Guiart. Etat présent de la question.’ 

Fanny Maillet, Université de Zurich, Fonds National Suisse. ‘La Clef d’amour et la tradition des imprimés. 

7.30-11 GALA DINNER, GREAT HALL 

LATE HOLLAND HALL BAR OPEN 

FRIDAY 26TH JULY 

7.30-9.30 BREAKFAST FOR HOLLAND HALL RESIDENTS 

COACH TOUR ORGANISED (£13 [£10 CONCESSIONS] payment at registration): AVEBURY HENGE AND MANOR 

SATURDAY 27TH JULY 

7.30-9.30 BREAKFAST FOR HOLLAND HALL RESIDENTS 

COACH TOUR ORGANISED (£13 [£10 CONCESSIONS] payment at registration): BATH 

SUNDAY 28TH JULY 

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