Sir Winston Churchill Memorial Lecture

September 29, 2014 - Tamsin Treverton-Jones

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Presents the Second Annual


Tuesday 14 October 2014

6pm Reception

6.45pm Lecture

Sir Robert Worcester KBE DL, founder of MORI and one of Britain’s most distinguished political analysts will deliver the second lecture in the Sir Winston Churchill Memorial series at the Museum at 6.45pm on Tuesday 14 October 2014.   In his lecture, Sir Robert will address the origins of the special relationship between the United Kingdom and the United States.

A native of Kansas City, Sir Robert moved to the UK in 1969.  He is the Chancellor of the University of Kent and a visiting professor at Kings College, London and LSE.  He was knighted in 2005 for ‘outstanding services rendered to political, social and economic research and for contribution to government policy and programmes.’

The inaugural Sir Winston Churchill Memorial Lecture was given at the Museum in 2013 by Britain’s former Ambassador to the United States, Sir Christopher Meyer KCMG

Sir Winston Churchill, the son of a British father and an American mother, delivered his first political address at Claverton Manor, now the home of the American Museum, in 1897.

Tickets: 01225 823014

£20 per person, £15 for members.

For press information contact Tamsin Treverton Jones

01452 741762 / 07980 585664