Talk and Luncheon Friday 7th June
'Uneasy Lies The Head That Wears A Crown' - Shakespeare's Henry IV, Part II, 1597
An insight into the history of Royal Protection from former Head of Royal Protection, David Seaborn Davies.
'Uneasy Lies The Head That Wears A Crown'
Former Head of Royal Protection, David Seaborn Davies, will present a truly fascinating insight into the history of Royal Protection from the time of George III to present day. This will include a unique explanation of some of the incidents and attacks over the centuries.
How do you protect the world's most famous woman HM Queen and her family palaces, castles and homes?
10.30am Arrive for morning coffee and home-made biscuits
12.30pm Drinks and luncheon
Price £65 per person includes a three-course luncheon and wines.
Special Event Rate £142 per person with overnight accommodation and Yorkshire breakfast (based on two people sharing a double/twin room in the Courtyard. A supplement for single occupancy will apply).
Inclusive of service charge and VAT
truffle peas, sourdough, chive and truffle cream
potato terrine, confit tomatoes, basil, black olive
Gooseberry and Elderflower Eton Mess
elderflower sorbet, poached gooseberries, meringue