Join Derbyshire Historic Buildings Trust trustee and architectural historian, Oliver Gerrish, as he explores some of the architectural treasures of Derbyshire from the Medieval period onwards.
This is a free public talk which is accessible to anyone with a web connection via Zoom. All you need to do is register via Eventbrite.
Tickets for the live talk will be limited to 100 places, so if you cannot make it after booking, please do return your ticket so that someone else can enjoy the talk instead.
Please note that this is a live event only and there will not be a recording of the talk available afterwards.
Oliver has a masters in Architectural History from the University of Cambridge. He was the Chairman of the Young Georgians (the youth wing of the Georgian Group) from 2001-2016. He writes regularly for Country Life and has been a contributor to The Georgian, House & Garden and Tether. He founded the DHBT Architecture Awards in 2018. He runs www.historicdecoration.com and plans bespoke tours of historic houses for international clients.
Please book your ticket here (nb you only need to reserve one space if multiple people are watching from the same location!).