The Tong Pulpit Fall, its Origins and Conservation is the subject of an illustrated talk being given on Tuesday 4 June by the Chief Executive of the Royal School of Needlework, Dr Susan Kay-Williams PhD, FRSA, FCIM, FSDC, MInstF. The Fall is a silk velvet hanging bequeathed to Tong Church in 1635 by Dame Elinor Harries of Tong Castle whose father was physician to Queen Elizabeth I. The talk, which starts at 2:30 pm, will be followed by tea in the Village Hall. Tickets £12.50 pp, including tea, are by prior application only.
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