The Manorial Courts – audience participation

25th April 2019 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Phoenix House
Central Avenue
ME10 4BX


Jean’s talk will explain how Manorial Court came into being following the Norman Conquest. It required the Lord of the Manor to provide a Court for his tenants and were the lowest form of in the Country. The Lord of the Manor held jurisdiction and would preside over the Hearings, supported by his Chairman and a record would be written in the Manorial Rills. The end of this talk will be particularly interesting.

Open to non-members – costs £3, Sittingbourne Heritage Museum members, Sittingbourne Society and HRGS e-members £1. Free for full HRGS members.

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