The William Turner Symposium 2014
September 20th, 10am-1pm
St James’ Church Hall, Wellway, Morpeth, NE61 1BN
2014 is the 400th anniversary of the death of William Turner’s son Peter, a physician in his own right and the link between his father’s work and that of the next generation of natural historians. This year’s Morpeth Symposium will explore the legacy left by the Turners in natural history and medicine: Marie Addyman, explain and discuss the ongoing projects linked to Turner research: Marie Addyman and Brian Harle, look at the milestone in studies represented by the work of George Chapman, courtesy of our guest speaker, Michael Chapman
Doors open 9.30am; coffee available 9.45am
10.00-10.30: Welcome, followed by: Michael Chapman: The Work and Legacy of George Chapman.
10.35-11.35: Marie Addyman: The Two Turners.
11.35-11.50: Coffee break
11.50-12.30: Marie Addyman and Brian Harle: Current Projects
The cost of this event will be £5 per person, including coffee, and payable on the day, however, booking before the event is essential.
For more information and bookings contact Emma Evans on 01670 623509 or firstname.lastname@example.org
or visit www.northumberland.gov.uk/williamturnergarden