Lambeth Palace Library Visit

For our first event of 2017, we are hosting a visit to the acclaimed Lambeth Palace Library on the 16th February 6-7:30pm. Once described by James I as ‘a monument of fame’, the library was founded in 1610 and is one of England’s oldest public libraries.

The visit will include a tour, courtesy of the Librarian and Archivist Giles Mandelbrote, and an opportunity to see some of the library’s most notable works.

We only have a select number of tickets available for this event and so current University of London students and staff will be prioritised. However there will be a couple of tickets for those of you who are not affiliated with the university: please ensure that you select the correct option from the drop-down menu on the Eventbrite.

Register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/lambeth-palace-library-visit-tickets-31397188837

We have now set up our society bank account and are just waiting on confirmation from Paypal. Once this has been finalised, details about how you can (officially) join will be emailed out to you.

We’ve also had some issues with our email server recently, with some members not receiving MailChimp emails. As such, we will be trialling Jiscmail soon and so we apologise if you receive this email twice.

Thank you for all of your patience on both fronts!

The Society of Bibliophiles Team

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