Greenwich Meantime and Navigation at sea- A Talk with Mick Brown

Posted by Tenby Museum on Jan 22, 2019 Blog, News No Comments

Come to Tenby Museum & Art Gallery for another one of our exciting talks on the 21st of February at 7pm.
What is a Meridian? Why, how and when was the Greenwich Meridian chosen above all others? How instrumental was the contribution of a modest Yorkshire carpenter in the development of Britain as a great Seafaring Nation?
For the answer to all these questions and more, join the remarkable Mick Brown as he takes us on a journey that links time and place at zero degrees of longitude. Learn more about Greenwich, the home World’s Prime Meridian where East meets West and Time begins and ends.

Tickets are £5 (£4 to friends of Tenby Museum members) For more details or to book tickets please phone (01834) 842809 or pay online via Facebook/Eventbrite.
Seating is on a first come first serve basis. Please allow yourself enough time and arrive 15 minutes prior to the talks start time. It is advisable to book asap for this talk to avoid disappointment.

Looking forward to seeing to there.