5th February, 2020 at 2:30 PM
St Augustine’s Hall, St Augustine’s Close, Bexhill-on-Sea, TN39 3AZ
This talk looks at the variety of building materials and styles across Sussex and how that is related to the underlying landscape with its range of rocks and building materials. The changes over time, as well as space, will be noted as will be the use of ‘exotic’ or imported materials.
The talk will be given by Dr Geoffrey Mead, lecturer in geography at Sussex University. A specialist in rural and urban landscape history, he leads frequent talks and walks for environmental and local history groups, and is a member of the South Downs National Park volunteer rangers training team.
The talk is at Wednesday 5th February 2020 at 2:30pm, at St Augustine’s Hall, St Augustine’s Close, Bexhill TN39 3AZ. Tickets on the door are £4.00 per person, and £3.00 for Bexhill Museum members.