07/06/2018, 7:00 pm - 8:30 pmat Selly Manor, Bournville, Birmingham
Margaret Fell was one of the founding leaders of the Quaker movement in seventeenth-century England. During her long and eventful life, she had eight children, secured a number of audiences with Charles II, suffered imprisonment, married fellow Quaker leader George Fox, and defended women’s right to be ministers.
Come and hear more about her fascinating life and times from Stuart Masters, a tutor at Woodbrooke Quaker study centre.
Cost £5, including complimentary tea and coffee, as well as a chance for a private view of Selly Manor either before or after the talk.
Maple Road Bournville, Birmingham B30 2AE