Due to unforeseen circumstances the above lecture has been cancelled with our sincere apologies.
We are able to offer a replacement lecture with Simon Tomson on the same date, time and at the same venue as follows:
A brief examination using archaeology and ancient art, at the forms and appearance of Roman, Medieval and Moorish gardens in Spain, finishing with a look at the Renaissance garden of Cardinal d’Este in Tuscany best known for its 100 fountains.
All persons already enrolled on this date will be contacted in due course and refunds shall be available if required.
Fee: £7.50, afternoon tea provided
Venue: Nettleham Large Old School Room, Nettleham, Lincoln, LN2 2PE
Time: Saturday 2 – 5pm. 1 meeting, 3rd October