King, Boxes and Dots: the history of the Royal Mail and Post Office – 8pm Wed 18th Nov 2020

The Royal Mail can trace its history back to 1516, when Henry VIII established a “Master of the Posts”, a position that was renamed “Postmaster General” in 1710. Upon his accession to the throne of England at the Union of the Crowns in 1603, James VI moved his court to London.

TADS will be hosting a talk by John Rogers entitled “King, Boxes and Dots: the history of the Royal Mail and Post Office”.

Come along  at 8.00 pm, on Wed 18th Nov 2020,  in St Paul’s Church Hall, Tadley RG26 3PB and enjoy this fascination talk!

 

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