2021- 2022 Programme of talks on Understanding the Developing Landscape
Final evening talk of programme year:
Dr. Simon Townley 17th May 2022 ‘Landscapes and settlements of the Oxfordshire Chilterns’
Assuming no government or public health guidelines to the contrary this will be in the Church Hall.
Doors open at 7.15, talk to start at 7.30pm. Visitors are welcome: £3 door charge.
Previous lectures in the series were:
19th October 2021
AGM followed by Debora Hayter ‘Ridge and Furrow – What’s it all about?’
16th November 2021
Dr Wendy Morrison on ‘Beacons of the past: revealing a prehistoric landscape’
21st December 2021
Mark Davies on ‘Lucid lines and liquid history – the landscapes of the River Thames and Oxford Canal’
18th January 2022
Dr Owen Green: ‘The Man who made the Map:Life, Work and Influence of Geologist and Engineer, William Smith.’
15th February 2022
Julian Munby ‘Mapping the Towns in Oxfordshire and beyond’
15th March 2022
Malcolm Graham ‘Henry Minn, the Bucklers, and their views of old Oxford’
19th April 2022
Dr. Stephen Wass ‘A Way with Water: Farnborough Hall and the development of a Georgian estate’ This was the 2022 Vivien Greene Memorial Lecture.