Destruction, Preservation and Salvage of Exeter’s Historic Buildings in the 1800’s by Dr Todd Gray, on Thursday, 1st Febuary, 2024 at 7pm in The Devon Rural Archive.

Dr Todd Gray MBE is a historian largely interested in Devon and has written widely on various aspects of the history of the county.  In this highly-illustrated lecture Dr Gray draws on the research undertaken for Exeter’s Lost Buildings to show how five different forces were responsible for the loss of hundreds of historic buildings in the 1800s.Tickets are £7.00 each, and must be purchased in advance.  To purchase a ticket please use the button below.

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