Monday, 11th June 2012
How people shop has changed enormously since the early days of M&S in the 1880s. From market stall to Penny Bazaar to the boulevards of Paris, the history of M&S is not confined to the company's archive. It is also the story of how a modest family business became an international retailer and in doing so became part of our national identity.
Join Company Archivist Katharine Carter at 6.30 on Tuesday 19 June for this fascinating evening talk.
This is a free event, however space is limited so please contact us to book your place and avoid disappointment.