Research, TC Hine

Traces of TC Hine at Nottingham Castle

During my visit to the newly reopened Nottingham Castle I spotted a few clues that point to the architect who originally transformed the ruined Ducal Palace into the first municipal art gallery outside London. But does anything remain of "The Midland Counties Art Museum at Nottingham"? Nottingham's not really a castle.. it's a Renaissance Ducal… Continue reading Traces of TC Hine at Nottingham Castle

Interview, TC Hine

Guest Interview: Felicity Whittle, Gold Star Guides

At the moment, we're not able to go out at our leisure to look at Nottingham (or anywhere else for that matter), so I decided to catch up with some of the interesting people who I've met through doing these Watson Fothergill Walks. For this installment I talked to Felicity Whittle, of Gold Star Guides,… Continue reading Guest Interview: Felicity Whittle, Gold Star Guides

Events, Lace Market, TC Hine, Thomas Chambers Hine

The Hine Hike & The Lace Market Tour in July

I'm enjoying working with Debbie Bryan and her team, adding a little social element to my guided walks. (The bottomless tea and great food helps!) We're trying out a version of The Hine Hike where you can choose to upgrade from your tea and cake to a cream tea or a light lunch of soup… Continue reading The Hine Hike & The Lace Market Tour in July

Events, Lace Market, TC Hine, Thomas Chambers Hine

The Hine Hike: Evening Walk

I'm running another chance to join me for The Hine Hike: The buildings of Thomas Chambers Hine on Wednesday 5th June 2019, starting at 6pm. Tickets here. The Hine Hike 5 June 2019 Thomas Chambers Hine, 1813-1899, was possbly Nottingham's most prolific architect of the Victorian Age. His work across the 19th Century ranges from… Continue reading The Hine Hike: Evening Walk