Anstruther and the Spanish Armada

Tue, Jul 19th 2011 at 12:00 am - 2:00 am

A talk by PP Rev Bryan Tomlinson

The weekly meeting was 'all at sea' for a time as Past President Bryan Tomlinson recalled the fateful voyage of El Grifon, a Spanish Armada vessel that came to grief on Fair Isle in 1588. Subsequent trials and tribulations brought its captain, Juan Gomez de Medina, and many survivors ashore at Anstruther.

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