The story of the Dairyman’s Daughter
Elizabeth Wallbridge, the daughter of an Arreton dairyman was the subjest of a tract written by Legh Richmond, curate of Brading. As a result of it’s popularity, Elizabeth’s cottage and grave became a tourist attraction during the Victorian era. There will be an opportunity to view relevant items from the collections.
Illustrated talk by Rosemary Cooper
Tuesday 28th February 2-4pm Tickets £8 includes tea, coffee and biscuits