Our new series of History Talks include a 20 minute talk followed by the chance to ask questions. Each talk is shown live twice during the day, at 1pm and 7pm. Just click on a link 10 minutes before the start time and you will be admitted to a virtual lobby ready to listen to the talk.
How Norwich Fought against the Plague
By Frank Meeres
Wednesday 9 December 2020
The year 2020 is not the first time Norwich has come under threat from a pandemic. Outbreaks of plague in Tudor and Stuart times were just as devastating for the city – and led to many more deaths. Have we learnt from the past? – this talk looks at how the city authorities tried to fight against the plague – and compares their actions with those of people at the present time.
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