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