NZ Society Members at the 2021 AGM

We gathered in Petone for the AGM and monthly meeting and were treated to an excellent talk on the ‘Parliament of Devil’s’ by one of our members.

The Parliament of Devils was a session of Henry VI’s parliament held at Coventry in October, 1459, and the main reason for the session was to pass bills of attainder for high treason against Richard, Duke of York, Richard, Earl of Salisbury and their sons following the Battle of Ludford Bridge.

Of course we had to celebrate King Richard’s birthday with cake. Happy birthday Your Grace!

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