I've added some more titles from Nottingham Civic Society to the online shop . These include the late Ken Brand's pamphlet on Mapperley Park Estate, Geoffrey Oldfield's The Lace Market, Nottingham and Andrew Hamilton's look at Nottingham's Caves. There are also just 2 copies of the commemorative book on The Council House and Old Market… Continue reading More Nottingham Civic Society Books
Watson Fothergill Walk dates for June 2023
I’m planning more dates through the summer starting with dates in May & June. More Sunday dates for the Watson Fothergill Walk are now booking - Sunday 4th June 10 am and Sunday 25th June 10 am. Extra evening date: Wednesday 14 June 6pm Book early and save on Eventbrite fees. Tickets are £15 each… Continue reading Watson Fothergill Walk dates for June 2023
Nottingham Civic Society Books
Nottingham Civic Society have found a number of books on Nottingham architects and architecture that they have asked me to sell. I have now added some of these to my shop. Now available, all at £5 each plus postage, titles by the late Ken Brand: Watson Fothergill, Architect, Thomas Chambers Hine Architect of Victorian Nottingham,… Continue reading Nottingham Civic Society Books
Watson Fothergill Walk dates for May 2023
Another chance to join the Watson Fothergill Walk, an evening date and the return of The Carrington Crawl and The Hine Hike. Sunday 14 May, 10 am Tickets £15* The next date for Watson Fothergill Walk will be Sunday 14 May 2023, 10 am Thursday 25 May, 6 pm Tickets £15* There will be an evening Watson Fothergill Walk on Thursday… Continue reading Watson Fothergill Walk dates for May 2023
Watson Fothergill books for sale
Nottingham Civic Society have found a limited stock of Ken Brand's book on Watson Fothergill and asked me to get them out into the world! I am going to be selling these from the site for £5 plus postage and hopefully, I will also be able to make them available on the walking tours (if they're not… Continue reading Watson Fothergill books for sale
“‘Ning Po’!” A mention on Nottinghamshire Live (The Post)
I spoke to Lynette Pinchess at The Nottingham Post about one of Nottingham's most fascinating buildings - Watson Fothergill's Office on George Street. In action on George Street. Photo: Lamar Francois You can find out more about the building and the many others that the architect built on The Watson Fothergill Walk - tickets are… Continue reading “‘Ning Po’!” A mention on Nottinghamshire Live (The Post)
Watson Fothergill Walk dates for April 2023
Watson Fothergill Walk is now booking into April 2023 with Sunday dates on 16 April, 10 am and 30 April, 10 am. Explore what The Daily Telegraph called “Nottingham’s Fantastical Architecture” and learn about the life and work of architect Watson Fothergill, a.k.a Fothergill Watson… Tickets are £15 each - book before 1 April and you won’t have to pay Eventbrite’s fees!… Continue reading Watson Fothergill Walk dates for April 2023
More 5 star reviews!
Thank you so much to everyone who has taken the time to leave a review for Watson Fothergill Walk - I'm so glad that people are finding the tours entertaining and enlightening! Thanks to Roger for the review! You can read more reviews over on Tripadvisor or even leave one yourself if you've joined me… Continue reading More 5 star reviews!
Watson Fothergill Walks are dog-friendly!
This weekend I took a group and their dogs on the Watson Fothergill Walk... It was very chilly (I don't do many walks in January and I wear thermals!) but the group and their dogs all enjoyed learning about Nottingham's unique architecture. Thanks to Olive, Bob and Barney (and their owners and their friends) for… Continue reading Watson Fothergill Walks are dog-friendly!
Another March date by popular demand!
The walk on 12 March sold out very quickly so I have added another Watson Fothergill Walk on Sunday 26 March, 10 am. Tickets are £15 each and if you buy before 1 February there are no Eventbrite fees to pay. Buy tickets for 26 March - £15 each NEWS FLASH…. I am running a private Watson Fothergill Walk on… Continue reading Another March date by popular demand!