Lewes Priory: The Medieval Herb Garden Study Day – Saturday 18 October 2014, 10am-4pm

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Illustration © Andy Gammon

This study day will explore the history behind the use of medicinal, household and culinary herbs and show how these herbs continue to have relevance today both in the practice of medicine and in the recreated monastic and medieval gardens at Westminster Abbey and Anne of Cleves House.

Speakers:

  • Jan Pancheri Author of “Brother William’s Year”, Head Gardener, Westminster Abbey
  • Martin Pett ESAMP, Anne of Cleves House Museum,
  • Hilary Morris Medical Historian, Senior Lecturer, University of Brighton
  • Julia Behrens Medical Herbalist, Brighton
  • Chair: Kate Hickmott

Venue:  St John the Baptist Church, Southover, Lewes, BN7 1JH

Booking: Via the Lewes Priory Trust website

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