Forthcoming talks with Adrian Gray

Adrian Gray with a copy of his new book, From Here We Changed the World

Thursday 18th October 2017, 7.30pm – Gainsborough

Adrian Gray will be giving a talk on Thursday 18th October at 7.30pm at Gainsborough House in Gainsborough (opposite the Old Hall) on ‘Religious Liberty: The Contribution of Notts and Lincs to Global Tolerance’.

Adrian, who leads ‘Pilgrims & Prophets Christian Heritage Tours’, will speak about how leaders from Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire helped to spread an understanding of religious tolerance that has been helping to change global attitudes.

Saturday 21st October 2017, 7pm – Lenton, Nottingham

Thomas Helwys, Baptist pioneer and campaigner for religious freedom, is one of the great men of Nottinghamshire history. Adrian Gray explains three key reasons why he is important in the World today, although he died in Newgate 400 years ago at a talk at Thomas Helwys Baptist Church (NG7 1SJ).

Tuesday 25th October 2017, 7pm – Wilmslow, Doncaster

Adrian Gray will give a talk on the puritans and pilgrims entitled ‘Why did they all come from here?’ at the Doncaster & District Family History Society, at the Doncaster School for the Deaf, Wilmslow (DN2 6AY).

Thursday 3rd November, 2-4pm – Lowdham

‘Nottinghamshire Christian Heritage’: Adrian Gray will give a talk explaining the contribution of Nottinghamshire men and women to the global development of Christianity. Full of human interest, bravery and tragedy.

Friday 4th November 2017, 9am-5pm – Retford

‘The Mayflower Pilgrims Tour’: This tour tells the story of the Mayflower Pilgrims through visiting the places where they lived and worshipped. Learn the history of your area! A great day out full of human interest. Coach tour £27.50 including lunch. Picks up at The Hub in Retford (09.00) then Retford at The Well and Worksop. Book by email to or ring 07724 848958.

Thursday 8th February 2018 – Retford

Talk on ‘Why did they all come from here?’ The Origins of the Mayflower Pilgrims – for Retford Inner Wheel at Ye Olde Bell, Barnby Moor.