Here are places and times you can hear me speak, or get shown round a wonderful building by me, in Autumn 2012 and through 2013. The best way of coming to one of these is to contact the organisers listed below. Contact me if you would like to talk about booking your own event.
The big news this year is a 9-day jamboree touring English Cathedrals for Martin Randall Travel, 2-10 October 2013. http://www.martinrandall.com/tour/493-the+cathedrals+of+england/intro/
Here’s the rest, in roughly chronological order:
<20 April 2013, 6 July 2013 or 13 July 2013, 3 August 2013: dayschools on cathedrals, each with a tour.
Details TBC, but they include Salisbury, Tewkesbury abbey and Gloucester.
Organised by a group of former Continuing Education students. Contact me (jon_cannonAThotmail.com) in the first instance if you would like to come along.
13-17 May 2013: Medieval cities, towns and villages of East Anglia– residential four-day course with visits to Norwich, King’s Lynn, Stamford, Peterborough, Long Melford, etc; Villiers Park, Foxton, nr Cambridge. Pleasant accomodation, fantastic food. http://www.villierspark.org.uk/study-tours
21-23 June 2013: Churches of the medieval Fens - residential weekend with visits to extraordinary Fenland churches, from Ely cathedral to Walpole St Peter; Villiers Park, Foxton, nr Cambridge. Pleasant accomodation, fantastic food. http://www.villierspark.org.uk/study-tours
26-28 July 2013: Medieval Cambridge - residential weekend with visits to the colleges and churches of Cambridge, Villiers Park, Foxton, nr. Cambridge. Pleasant accomodation, fantastic food. http://www.villierspark.org.uk/study-tours
Falmouth, West Wycombe, Cavendish, Sparkenhoe, East Riding, Sandwich, New Sarum, Cranleigh, Exeter, Topsham, Kennet, Moor Park, Peterborough, Severn Valley, Wimborne, Bath, Birmingham, Holand & Kesteven, East Horsley, Norwich, Gainsborough, Tiverton, Cirencester, Harrogate, Beaconsfield, Fife, Cheam, and elsewhere. Contact me (jon_cannonAThotmail.com) if you would like to attend one of these talks, which are open to the public for a small fee. Also regarding private tours, if you would like to arrange something.
I am in demand as a public speaker, particularly for talks such as ’1,000 years of cathedrals as history’ and regularly teach both undergraduates and postgraduates majoring in History of Art or Medieval Studies at the University of Bristol, where I have led many one-off tours of the area for conference delegates, etc.