I am trying out a new walk exploring the architecture of Thomas Chambers Hine, the other big name behind some of the most impressive Victorian buildings in Nottingham. This first walk will be a "work in progress" and I'll be looking for your feedback at the end of the route. Come and help me test… Continue reading Thomas Chambers Hine: The Hine Hike!
The morning walk on 28th April 2019 is very nearly sold out so I have added an afternoon session startng at 1pm. Tickets are available on Eventbrite price £12 each, tickets include hot drinks and cake at Debbie Bryan after the walk. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/watson-fothergill-walk-debbie-bryan-edition-afternoon-28-april-2019-tickets-55824913820?aff=WFWebsite
Thanks to everyone who came to Beeston Library for my "Virtual" Watson Fothergill Walk. I had some great feedback on the talk and I really enjoyed it. I hope I can do some more talks in this format as it's a good way to experience part of the tour without the walking (and I get… Continue reading Stop Press: Sunday Walk Added. Beauty In The Details: Lace Market Tour
I'm planning to do some more of my short walks in the Lace Market with Debbie Bryan in December. The walk takes place at 2pm on 7th December, with a look at the architecture and history of St Mary's Gate. These tours will be similar to the Heritage Open Days tours that took place in… Continue reading Beauty In The Details: Christmas Edition!
Thank you to everyone who came out to walk with me on Sunday (30 September 2018). The next walk will be on 21 October 2018 at 10am. Get your tickets here: EVENTBRITE Once again the walk will conclude at Debbie Bryan with tea or coffee and cake included in your ticket. Debbie's tea room also… Continue reading Watson Fothergill Walk 21 October 2018
Due to the previous walk being sold out, I've added another walk in the afternoon on 30 September 2018. Meet for 1pm at Nottingham Tourism Centre, tickets are £12 each and once again the walk will finish at Debbie Bryan with tea or coffee and cake included. Please let us know if you have any… Continue reading Extra Event: Watson Fothergill Walk 30 September, 1pm
Nottingham's most famous Victorian architect Watson Fothergill (or as he was known for the first 50 or so years of his life, Fothergill Watson) produced some of the city's most eye catching and idyosyncratic buldings. I want to take you on a tour of some of the best of them, and learn more about the… Continue reading Fothergill Watson / Watson Fothergill: One Architect, Two Names