7 June 22: Sue Jackson “The Cultural Heritage of the Huguenots”

An introduction to the great impact Huguenot refugees had on British culture in the 1700s. As silk weavers, goldsmiths, ironworkers and horticulturists the Huguenots made an extraordinary contribution to English craftsmanship. This talk examines their lasting legacy.

Sue Jackson

Originally in academic art and design publishing, Sue is also a Fellow of the Huguenot Society, a Freeman of the City of London, a tutor at the City Literary Institute and a Blue Badge guide, conducting a variety of walks and visits.  I am also happy to offer virtual tours.