The Monumental Brass Society is holding a general meeting at All Saints, North Street, York on Saturday 8th April, the meeting is entitled Commemoration in Brass and Glass and begins at 2pm. This a free meeting no booking required. The meeting lasts until about 4.30 during which 4 short talks will be given.
2.00pm Welcome and introductory remarks, Martin Stuchfield, President of the MBS.
2.05 Emma Woolfrey, “A brief history of All Saints, North St.”
2.20 John Roberts “Tanning and Civic Responsibility in York on the eve of the Civil War: The Brass of Thomas Atkinson 1642.”
2.40 Robert Richards “The Tomb in the Lady Chapel: three men and a pregnant lady”
3.05 Tea (Donations are requested to help cover the cost) and time to look round the church
3.45 Emma Woolfrey “A history in glass: the windows of All Saints North St.”
4.15 Final remarks from Martin Stuchfield.
All Saints North St is situated in the heart of the medieval city of York. It contains one of the most important displays of medieval stained glass in the country as well as brasses not always available for the public to view. The church will be open from 10am for those who wish to arrive early. Nearby are several other churches also open on Saturday mornings and well worth a visit, such as All Saints Pavement and St Michael’s Spurreygate.