A talk on Pocklington’s Catholic Heritage is set to take place next Friday (24 February).
The talk will be delivered by popular local historian, and Pocklington Post founder and editor Phil Gilbank, in All Saints Church at 7.30pm.
Mr Gilbank will be charting Pocklington’s remarkable Catholic heritage, covering everything from the Elizabethan Martyrs to Archbishop Ullathorne, who was born in the town in 1806.
Tickets for the event are priced at £5 and include a glass of wine and some delicious Italian food.
Profits are in aid of the School Development Fund of St Mary & St Joseph’s Primary School in Pocklington.
Tickets are available from All Saints Church or by calling Rowan Blake-James on 01759 302519.
The organisers of the event said: “It is a good example of ecumenical activity within the town – a talk about Catholic Heritage in the Anglican Church.”