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Weekend of Discovery – The Story in the Stones

Friday 17th May at 7.15 Launch of the formal report into the archaeology and history of St Michael’s Church, Workington after the 1994 fire.

Is this the beginning of Workington? Speaker Adam Parsons, early medieval specialist. Tickets £6 in advance or £7 on the night Form St Michaels Parish office, or from Carnegie Theatre, Workington.

Saturday 18th May Viking Living History -10 am to 3.30 pm FREE ADMISSION find out about the everyday life of Vikings as re-enacted by “Cumbraland Living History Group”. Great fun for all the family.

Saturday 18th May at 7.30 pm tickets £12 The Carnival Band on their Spring tour are playing early music in the spirit of a medieval carnival. Tickets St Michael’s Church, or Carnegie Theatre, Workington.

Sunday 18th May 9.30 Celebratory Eucharist with guest preacher, Bishop’s chaplain, Revd Canon Cameron Butland Viking Living History -10am to 3.00 pm FREE ADMISSION find out about the everyday life of Vikings as re-enacted by “Cumbraland Living History Group”. Great fun for all the family.

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