|11th October 2020|
|Online Event Stirling|
|This is a free event|
|Event organiser/part of The National Wallace Monument|
|Visit the event website here|
While living in Lübeck, two Scots discovered an historic link to their homeland, namely the Lübeck Letter, wrote by William Wallace on 11th October 1297 in order to re-establish trade links following the Wars of Independence. Since then, Liane Cumming and Michael Cooper have led projects to raise awareness of this 700-year-old document and the links between the two countries, both then and now. Join them on Sunday 11th October at 7:00pm to discover more about the Lübeck Letter and the projects they have initiated.
7:05pm Liane Cumming and Michael Cooper
The webinar will start at 7pm and last for approximately 45 minutes.
Advance registration is required. Please complete the following registration form to join: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN__E0Mrq2DRv66QZLkAX7JKg
Once registered you will receive a booking confirmation and instructions on how to join the webinar from your desktop, laptop or mobile device.
Early registration is recommended as a limited number of places are available.
The webinar is free to join.
The webinar will be recorded and made accessible for viewing afterwards.
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Join The National Wallace Monument on Sunday 11th October as it marks the Anniversary of the Lübeck Letter with an online presentation by Liane Cumming and Michael Cooper!