The British Napoleonic Bicentenary Trust: Promoting New Perspectives

A colourful sketch. A gigantic napoleon sits on the rocks that form the port of St Helena. Sailing boats sail right under his legs.

The exile of St. Helena. Bodleian Library Curzon b.6(27)

As part of the Oxford Univesity Heritage Network's Heritage Conversations series, James Bramble will be talking about the recent work of the British Napoleonic Bicentenary Trust. This event will take place on Monday, 8th of March at 12:00 noon.

The British Napoleonic Bicentenary Trust is a heritage charity, founded in 2019, with the purpose to promote public education on - and preservation of - the built heritage of the British Overseas Territory of Saint Helena, with a particular focus on sites related to Napoleon Bonaparte’s rule (1799-1815) and subsequent incarceration on the island (1815-21). 

Come join us to learn about the works of this new project!

Advance registration is required. Please book your place here


Oxford Univesity Heritage Network

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