Join Historic England’s Architectural Investigators to explore the rich history and architectural legacy of Middlesbrough’s Historic Quarter on Tuesday 24th October.
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The heritage walks will feature three late 19th-century buildings which have been subject to detailed archival research and investigation by Historic England. The buildings include Exchange House, Zetland Place (the former Post Office); 2-4 Exchange Place; and 7 Zetland Street (Webb House). Each of these buildings is listed and as such is considered of national significance – join us to discover why.
Dr Lucy Jessop is an architectural historian and Senior Architectural Investigator with Historic England. She is responsible for the historical and architectural research for the regional High Street Heritage Action Zone programme. Lucy has a PhD from the Courtauld Institute of Art (University of London) and has a particular interest in architectural patronage and buildings of the 17th to 19th centuries.
Welcome refreshments will be available at The Masham half an hour before the start of the walks (9.30am with walk to commence at 10.00am; 1.30pm with walk to start at 2.00pm).
There will be two identical tours on the day in the morning and afternoon – pre-booking is essential. Please wear comfortable and suitable clothing and footwear and be prepared for all weather. The walks will be entirely outdoors.
Tues 24 October – Morning Tour 9:30am – 11:30am
Tues 24 October – Afternoon 1:30pm – 3:30pm