Festival Walk: Women of Note

Fri 8 - Sat 16 July 2022

Buxton’s past through the letters of three notable women

Mary Queen of Scots, Anne Lister and Ottoline Morrell’s correspondence reveals the changing habits of ‘taking the waters.’ Join Netta Christie as she explores different periods of Buxton’s past through the letters of three notable women.

Strictly limited to 18 people.

Image credit: Mo El-Fatih

 

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