Date(s) - 18th Jan 2021
Cheltenham was one of the most successful and fastest-growing leisure resorts of the late Georgian era. This talk will discuss its development, and that of other spa towns, as they responded to changing patterns of leisure and architectural fashion, drawing attention to their most important buildings and to their distinctive urban landscapes, still among the most attractive in Britain.
Our speaker, Dr Geoffrey Tyack, FSA, FRHistS, is an emeritus Fellow of Kellogg College, and a member of the Faculty of History at Oxford University. He is the author of several books and articles on architectural history, among them Oxford: an Architectural Guide (1998), and is the editor of the Georgian Group Journal. He has just completed a book on the history of the urban landscape in Britain, to be published by the Oxford University Press in 2021.
Venue: online Time: 10:30am
COST PER PERSON: £5
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BOOKING CLOSES SUNDAY 17TH JANUARY AT 2PM.
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