Thursday 20th April 2017 – Marlow Lecture: Cliveden’s South Terrace

Invitation from Marlow Archaeology Society

 Cliveden’s South Terrace: Unravelling a 17th century mystery

A talk by Gary Marshall, National Trust Regional Archaeologist

Cliveden’s South Terrace is a grade I listed structure built in the       1670s for the first Duke of Buckingham to form part of the architectural setting of the newly-built mansion.

As co-ordinator of the recording of the NTs current conservation programme, Gary will describe the results of the archaeological investigations during restoration which led to a new understanding of how the terrace was built – and revealed some surprises!

The talks are all held on Thursdays in the Garden Room, Liston Hall, Marlow  SL7 1DD  at 8pm 

Visitors are welcome at all these events. Entrance is £4 and £3 for members, students £1.50.
Free parking is available in the evening adjacent to the Liston Hall
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