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Nottingham Architects, Research

Nottingham Architects: Albert Nelson Bromley

Here's another instalment in my occasional series looking at architects who were active in Nottingham at around the same time as Watson Fothergill. Albert Nelson Bromley (1850-1934) is probably best known for his long involvement with Boots The Chemist, but he was responsible for many buildings in Nottingham ranging from schools to shops, warehouses to… Continue reading Nottingham Architects: Albert Nelson Bromley

Events, Watson Fothergill in Nottingham

We’re Back! Return of The Watson Fothergill Walk.

The Watson Fothergill Walk is back! I've set a date for a walk in the city centre on 30 May 2021 starting at 10 am. I've reduced that capacity to allow for social distancing so there will be just 12 tickets available!Tickets are £15 each available from Eventbrite.This is the original Watson Fothergill Walk starting at Nottingham Tourism… Continue reading We’re Back! Return of The Watson Fothergill Walk.

Research

Nottingham Architects: Abraham Harrison Goodall

My friends at the arts organisation Primary are currently crowdfunding to improve their building, which was formerly a school, at the corner of Ilkeston Road and Seely Road, Nottingham. You can help them to improve accessibility and make their studios, galleries and community venues even better for everyone and at the same time you get… Continue reading Nottingham Architects: Abraham Harrison Goodall

Events, Online, Watson Fothergill in Nottingham

April Zoom Talk: Watson Fothergill Virtual Walk

I was overwhelmed by the great response to the Watson Fothergill Virtual Walks earlier in the year, so I'm going to do one more... Tickets for 22 April here. The next Watson Fothergill Virtual Walk Zoom session will be on Thursday 22 April 7 pm. Tickets are £5 with a small booking fee (and you… Continue reading April Zoom Talk: Watson Fothergill Virtual Walk

Lawrence G Summers, Research, Watson Fothergill in Nottingham

The Brigadier, The Librarian and the Awkward Squad

The more I work on Fothergill, give talks and promote my guided walks, the more contact I receive from people who want to know if the building they have spotted is the work of Watson Fothergill, architect. Recently, I've been sent several photos, either houses people have spotted while on urban walks or pictures they… Continue reading The Brigadier, The Librarian and the Awkward Squad

Events, Online, Watson Fothergill in Nottingham

February Zoom Talk

Another chance to join tour guide Lucy Brouwer for a virtual version of The Watson Fothergill Walk. Get tickets for Thursday, 4 February 2021, 7pm Explore the highlights of the Watson Fothergill Walk with an illustrated talk on Zoom. Look at the beautiful details of some of Nottingham's most flamboyant buildings and learn more about the architect who designed… Continue reading February Zoom Talk