CV32 7AL. Light refreshments are available from 4pm.
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Saturday 23rd December.
2 -5 pm Lillington Parish Church
Members do not have to have any expertise in Lillington and its history, but an interest in finding out about the area and taking steps to preserve it for future generations.
HENRY MAUDSLAY DFC
4:30pm Lillington Free Church Hall
Refreshments available from 4pm.
"New Light on Lillington Church" is an illustrated history and guide to the parish church of St Mary Magdalene, twenty four pages in colour and soft covers, price £3.75 including UK postage and packing.
Available from the author, Richard Taulbut, 9 The Greenways, Lillington, Leamington Spa. CV32 7AF. Cheques payable to 'Lillington PCC'.
If you are visiting Leamington, 'New Light on Lillington Church' is also available at £2:50 from Leamington History Group on Tuesday mornings, 10-12 noon at South Lodge, Jephson Gardens (opposite Pump Rooms).
Herbert Edward Cox was born in Coventry in 1870, and trained at the Coventry Municipal School of Art as a designer and draughtsman. After marrying fellow Coventrian, Margaret Shilton, they moved to 7, Manor Road, Lillington.
Cox taught painting at the Coventry Technical Institute (now the City College), and was soon recognised locally as an accomplished artist, recording street scenes of pre-war Coventry and many surrounding villages and towns.
Herbert Edward Cox - A Coventry Artist - This 44 page booklet by Les Neil has been privately produced with a limited print run, costing £4.90 plus postage. Available from Peter Coulls.