Treloar’s Annual Art Lecture
On Wednesday 30th October we were delighted to host our annual Art Lecture. We welcomed Oliver Everett, a renowned lecturer and Librarian Emeritus of the Royal Library, Windsor Castle. Educated at Cambridge University, Everett was also a former Librarian and Assistant Keeper of the Royal Archives and Assistant Private Secretary to the Prince of Wales, 1978-80; and Private Secretary to Diana, Princess of Wales, 1981-83.
Everett enthralled an audience of over 100 guests as he explored two great collectors of art and one dastardly disperser: Kings Charles I & II and Oliver Cromwell. Guests also enjoyed the chance to purchase some of the fantastic array of Treloar’s Christmas gifts and try their luck with the raffle which was generously coordinated by the Art Lecture Committee.
Laura Toop, Treloar’s Events Manager, commented: “We are so grateful to Vanessa and the entire Art Lecture Committee who not only plan and manage the event but work so hard on the evening to ensure it continues to be an enjoyable success year on year.”
To find out more about Treloar’s upcoming events, please visit www.treloarevents.org.uk.