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An Afternoon of Early Music and History
Monday 14 October 2019

Visit to Martyn Clarke's

Monday, 14th October 2.00pm

An Afternoon of Early Music and History. 

Martyn Clarke, renowned musician and collector of early keyboard instruments, will give a talk on the development of the harpsichord, clavichord and piano and perform pieces of music written for each.

Location: Martyn’s home, an old school house near Oxburgh Hall.




Booking Form and Directions

(Maximum 30 People)

Name:                                                       Telephone Number:

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Admission is £10 per person and includes light refreshments.

I should like to reserve ____ places for the Martyn Clarke Visit on Monday, 14th October 2019.

I enclose a cheque for £10.00 per person made payable to The Arts Society King’s Lynn.

I am paying £10 in cash per person at the monthly meeting on this date:

Completed forms and your cheque should be handed in at the monthly meeting or sent to: ‘Martyn Clarke Visit’, 16 – 18 Ash Close, Swaffham, Norfolk PE37 7NH. 

Please do not send cash in the mail. 

Please note that bookings are not firm until payment has been made and that a refund will be possible only if a substitute can be found.



From Swaffham:

Take the Cley Road S.W. out of Swaffham towards Cockley Cley and Oxborough.

After approximately 7 miles, look for the 30 mph signs on entering Oxborough and then about 150 yards further on the Left, enter the Car Park of the Oxborough Village Hall.

Facing the Village Hall, exit the Car Park to the Right, then turn Left down the Lane. The house, “Sunnyside” is about thirty yards on the Left, facing the Green. It is a yellow rendered house with black metal railings and three dormer windows.

Come up the drive and enter through the side door on the Left.


From King’s Lynn:

Take A 134 South and turn Left towards Oxburgh Hall and Oxborough Village.

You will pass Oxburgh Hall on your right. Stay on the Oxborough Road past the cross roads following the signs to Swaffham or Gooderstone. The ruined church and the Bedingfield Arms Pub will be on your Right.  Once past the cross roads, The Green will be on your right.

50 yards further on the Right, is the Oxborough Village Hall. Turn Right into the Car Park. 


Car-pooling encouraged

Please note: Google Maps is not accurate in identifying the location of the house!