This summer, the LRF Heritage and Education Centre are holding a series of FREE summer lectures that delve deeper into the story and history of the Lloyd’s Register. These talks form part of a new programme of events to get more people engaged with our archive and collections and help fulfil our mission to advance education for the benefit of society.
Formed in 1882, the year the Ashes began, the Cricket Club brought great pride and loyalty from the staff at Lloyd’s Register. The team would play matches against clubs from across the country and saw great success. Using the wealth of material in our archives, this lecture will explore the history of the LR Cricket Club from the people who played to the club’s wider achievements.
There will be a drinks reception from 17.30 with the lecture beginning at 18.00, finishing around 19.30.
There are limited tickets available so be sure to reserve your space early!
For more information, please contact Charlotte Ward by email – email@example.com
Where is the main entrance?
Visitors will need to enter via the old entrance of 71 Fenchurch Street which can be found near the corner of Lloyd’s Avenue
Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?
All ages are welcome but you will need ID for alcohol
What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?
Nearby tube stations – Tower Hill, Aldgate, Bank,
National rail – Fenchurch Street, Liverpool Street Station
DLR – Tower Gateway
Useful bus routes – 40, 25, 15, 35, 47
No parking available.
Start: 08/23/2018 17:30
End: 08/23/2018 19:30
Fenchurch Street Station
London Fenchurch Street