A talk by Professor Richard Cross Richard Cross is the current Professor of Philosophy at the University of Notre Dame in the USA. Previously he was the Professor of Medieval Theology at the University of Oxford and Senior Tutor of Oriel College. His most recent book -The Medieval Christian Philosophers – has been widely acclaimed […]
A Place to Call Home: Access to housing in north Norfolk; economic, social and cultural implications of recent trends and developments and where local authorities and businesses fit in.
Wells Maltings Youth Theatre and Coastal Chorale in conjunction with Wells Carnival present a promenade event at Wells Maltings Directed by Liz Dark and featuring Coastal Chorale Wells Mini Maltsters and Malteezers Wells Street Dance Club Local Singers and Dancers Please note that this is a promenade event across several spaces in The Maltings building
Wells As Was: Presentation and exhibition of previously unseen paintings from a private collection of Wells-next-the-Sea by 19th and 20th century local artists.
The acclaimed author talks about her latest book William Simmonds: The Silent Heart of the Arts and Crafts Movement
Innovation and Landscape: Presentations and discussion on the impact of historical and current innovations in agriculture, commerce, energy and industry on the built environment.
Holkham Hall: Illustrated presentation/lecture by Christine Hiskey, author of ‘Holkham’ and winner of prestigious EDP/Jarrold East Anglian Book (History and Tradition) Award for 2017.
A talk by Lord Robin Butler Lord Butler of Brockwell KG, GCB, CVO, PC, is the only person to have served five prime ministers as Private Secretary, and Secretary of the Cabinet. He was Head of the Home Civil Service from 1988 to 1998. In this very special event he will talk of his many […]
Here Comes the Judge: Planning decisions and changes in the built environment; roles of and relationships between planning authorities; roles of civic organizations and citizens in planning processes; resourcing decisions and appeals.
We the People: What civic organizations and individuals have done and are doing to change and protect the built environment. Examples from Friends of North Norfolk, Norwich Society and Council for the Preservation of Rural England.