From the creator of the Watson Fothergill Walk comes another tour of Nottingham's Victorian Architecture... The Hine Hike!
Explore the buildings of Thomas Chambers Hine "the father of the Midlands Architects" and his impact on the built environment of Nottingham city centre.
Assemble at 10am outside Nottingham Playhouse in Wellington Circus (please note cafes and bars in Derby road are generally closed on Sunday morning, venue chosen as an meeting place only).
The walk will take in a overview of the Park Estate, progress via Hine's home and office on Regent Street towards Nottingham Castle. The walk will continue across the city centre to investigate some of Thomas Chambers Hine's lesser known buildings and finish up with some of his large scale projects in the Lace Market.
The walk will conclude at Debbie Bryan in the Lace Market where tea or coffee and cake are included in ticket price.
This is a walk of 3km (1.9 miles) approximately 2 hours.
Participants are asked to come prepared for appropriate weather eventualities and to wear suitable footwear for city walking. There are some steps on the route.
Advanced booking is essential as places are limited.
Some Feedback from previous events:
"The enthusiasm from the tour guide was infectious."
"Easy enjoyable stroll with easily digestible information from Lucy, who is happy to be flexible with answering questions as we walk."
"This tour combines some extremely well researched material with an engaging and lively delivery. It's made me look at Nottingham city centre in a completely new light!"