This summer, the LRF Heritage and Education Centre are holding a series of FREE summer lectures that delve deeper into the story and history of Lloyd's Register. These talks form part of a new programme of events to get more people engaged with our archive and collections and help fulfil our mission to advance education for the benefit of society.
The prior to the construction of the Rogers building in 2000, archaeologists from the Museum of London Archaeology (MOLA) were given the opportunity to dig under 71 Fenchurch Street and examine the eastern parts of the Roman and medieval cities. MOLA have kindly agreed to deliver this fascinating lecture on what they uncovered at 71 Fenchurch Street and how the site fits into London's history.
There will be a drinks reception from 17.30 with the lecture beginning at 18.00, finishing around 19.30. There are limited tickets available so be sure to reserve your space early!