Over the past twenty years Paul Martin Remfry has led a number of historical events all over the country. He has lectured to professional, semi-professional and amateur bodies as well as to small and large groups of interested individuals. Paul's talks can be as long or as short as you would like. He has been known to talk non-stop on favourite subjects like the Mortimers of Wigmore for three hours or more without a break! However a one hour talk is more normal!

Paul has also led groups around castles and towns after talks made on coaches taking them to the sites. Every year he attends a number of meetings and listed below are the venues and contacts for attending one of the many talks. Some of these dates are provisional.

11 April 2013 - Ludlow castle tour at 11am, 1.30pm and 4pm.

12 May 2013 - MHS Spring National Conference at Leominster Mortimer College

Please contact me directly about any of these events, Paul Remfry.

For forthcoming tours and visits please see the Tours Page.

Some of the talks carried out by Paul Remfry to date.
Abbey Cwmhir, 1177 to 1282.
Goodrich Castle and its lords.
Grosmont Castle and its lords
Hay on Wye Castle and its lords.
King Cadwallon of Maelienydd, 1140 to 1179.
Montgomery Castle and its lords.
Moreton Corbet Castle and its lords.
Oystermouth castle and the London Family, 1066 to 1283.
Painscastle and its lords.
Radnor Castle and its lords.
Stapleton Castle and its lords.
The development of the castle in England and Wales.
The army of Montgomery and Llywelyn ap Gruffydd, 1282.
The Mortimers of Wigmore.
The Politics of Henry III, 1216 to 1272.
The barons of Burford Barony.
The early castles of Herefordshire.
The early Mortimers of Wigmore
The Herefordshire Beacon in history and prehistory
The Knightly Church Effigies of Herefordshire
The Knightly Church Effigies of Shropshire
The Knightly Church Effigies of Wales
The Knightly Church Effigies of Worcestershire
The lesser known castles of North Wales.
The Welsh Princes.
The Norman conquest of Wales.
White Castle
Whittington Castle and its Lords.
Wigmore Castle and its lords.

Wilton Castle and its lords.

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