'An Audience' at the Palace - Facts and Fiction

A daytime talk with speaker: Alison Huntingford. It is common knowledge that Dartmoor Prison, built in 1809, was first used for Napoleonic prisoners of war until 1816. However, a much earlier institution in Peterborough, purpose built for these POW, has long since faded from memory. Alison Huntingford’s new novel, ‘Dance A Fearful Jig,’ is set around this very place: Norman Cross. ‘An Audience at the Palace’ event; monthly talks with interesting folk on fabulous subjects. Price includes a cup of tea/coffee.


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