Lunchtime Lectures: Exeter's Post War Development - Exeter
The final of a series of seven lunchtime lectures on Exeter's historic buildings.
On Monday, 23 April, Clare Maudling will be giving us a talk about Exeter's Post War Development. She will explain how the gracious buildings along the High Street replaced the bombed city and gave Exeter back its life.
Clare is the library assistant to the Devon and Exeter Institution's current Heritage Lottery Funded project and also volunteers with the Devon Heritage Centre, working on the former Westcountry Studies Library collections. She has undertaken other voluntary work on local history projects, such as the Word Machine's Plymouth project, and Torquay Boys Grammar School History Society's genealogy project, during 2014/2015.
She is also a junior research assistant to the Structure and Organisation of Government project run jointly by the politics department of the University of Exeter, the University of Leiden, University of Potsdam and University of Bergen, and CERSA, Paris.
Lectures to take place at St Martin's Church right in the centre of Exeter. The price per lecture is £4. Please visit Eventbrite to purchase your ticket.
See all the lectures in this series, below:
|5 March||Dr Stuart Blaylock||Exeter Guildhall|
|12 March||John Thorp||38 North Street|
|19 March||John Allan||St Martin's & the Other Churches|
|26 March||Dr Todd Gray||Maps & Exeter's Buildings|
|9 April||Diane Walker||Moving Monuments of Exeter Cathedral|
|16 April||Dr Jo Cox||St Thomas' Church|
|23 April||Clare Maudling||Exeter's Post War Development|