Whilst forgotten by many, the Tithe wars of the 1930s are still vividly remembered in some Suffolk farming communities – Wortham in particular. Farmers, regardless of religious persuasion, had to pay a tithe to the C of E & many were unwilling or unable to pay.
Robert Halliday’s talk “The Tithe Wars in 1930's East Anglia” will bring this conflict to life including the part played by Oswald Mosley’s blackshirts.
All are welcome so do join us in the Village Hall at 7.45pm on Wed 16 Oct.
Entry Fee £2, including tea/coffee and biscuits.
Contact: Pete Davidson.