I've now added an afternoon walk to 29th March 2020, which starts at 1pm. Tickets are £12 and included coffee or tea and a cake at Debbie Bryan. 29 March 1pm TICKETS HERE As previously mentioned, I've listed the walks on TripAdvisor, had some lovely reviews so far. If you've been on my walk (and… Continue reading Afternoon walk in March
I have set up a TripAdvisor page for the Watson Fothergill Walk. It would be great to reach a wider audience and introduce them to this most interesting of Nottingham architects! If you've enjoyed the walk, please leave a review - it would be a great help. You can also post photos if you have… Continue reading New TripAdvisor Page
I've been busy reading, researching and thinking about new walks and talks for the new year. But I'm ready to get out walking again, so I've set up some dates for The Watson Fothergill Walk in February and March 2020. The first walk, which will start at 10am outside Nottingham Tourism Centre and finish at… Continue reading New dates for 2020!
Previously, I began telling the story behind the building of The Bodega on Pelham Street. These days it's a popular music venue and bar, but it's been through several image changes over the years... I spoke to Alan Clifford on BBC Radio Nottingham about the building. While it's nothing to do with Watson Fothergill (as… Continue reading The Bodega, Pelham Street: Part Two
Earlier in the year, I was invited to talk to Alan Clifford on BBC Radio Nottingham about my walk The Hine Hike and the buildings of Thomas Chambers Hine. The programme recently got in touch with me to see if I'd like to talk to Alan on the radio again. They asked if I knew… Continue reading The Bodega, Pelham Street : Part One
After the success of my sold out talk at West Bridgford Library back in June, I will be delivering my photo illustated talk on that other well known Victorian architect of Nottingham, Thomas Chambers Hine at Beeston Library on 19 February 2020. The talk starts at 2pm and should last around 1 hour. Tickets are… Continue reading T.C. Hine at Beeston Library
A busy August so far with several walks, both public and private. It's great to share the love for Nottingham's architecture with so many people. Here's some of the Facebook reviews I've received so far. A very informative and interesting walk, Lucy is obviously very passionate about the subject. A very hot, sunny Sunday so… Continue reading Thanks for the reviews!
The Nottingham estate agents Liberty Gate have a YouTube channel where they post videos relating to the property market in the city. They have posted two on the subject of Watson Fothergill: A short history of Watson Fothergill: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fxfvD9caIbw&feature=youtu.be And, excitingly, a tour of the inside of "Fothergill Chambers", Fothergill's Office building on George Street… Continue reading Watson Fothergill Videos from Liberty Gate
Thanks to everyone who has joined me on the walks and shown an interest in the Nottingham architecture of Watson Fothergill. Tickets are now available for The Watson Fothergill Walk on the following dates: Tickets here 25 August. An extra Sunday afternoon walk on 25th August 2019, starting at 2pm. This one will finish at… Continue reading Extra August Walk & September Dates
Once again I've made it inside one of the Watson Fothergill buildings that features on The Watson Fothergill Walk. Lucy in action on King Street. Photo: Lamar Francois Thanks to Alec Frusher (a keen Nottingham food blogger who follows me on Twitter, and who just happens to work in one of the largest Watson Fothergill… Continue reading Inside Fothergill House (Jessops)