An illustrated talk by Louise Reynolds, exploring how prisoners of war in the Far East kept their faith alive whilst experiencing the most appalling conditions in Changi, Singapore and on the Burma ‘Death’ Railway.
Louise’s father, Eric Cordingly (who later became the Bishop of Thetford), took a small brass altar cross made out of shell casing to the River Kwai, which became a symbol of hope and continues to inspire visitors to the chapel at Changi museum today.
This talk is part of the Friends of Norwich Cathedral events programme.
Tickets £5.00 for Friends of Norwich Cathedral, £8 for non-members.
For further information and to book please contact the Secretary to the Friends of Norwich Cathedral