The South East of England has some iconic landscapes whether urban- St.Pauls, London or Brighton's Palace Pier, or rural as the Seven Sisters cliffs of East Sussex or the Surrey Hills. It has a National Park in the South Downs and many Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty such as Ashdown Forest. This talk looks a samples of our regional landscapes, coast and country, urban and rural.Views: 76 | Enquiries: 1
I am an Associate Tutor with the Geography team at the University of Sussex where I thought I had retired...10 years ago! I specialise in the landscapes of SE England, in both urban and rural areas and I did my doctorate in the suburban growth of the interwar period. I taught adult education for nearly 30 years at Sussex where I worked in the Landscape Studies degree team and was Convenor for Local History. I give talks across SE England to a wide range of groups, from universities to local history societies, WI groups , U3A, Probus and Round Tables. I teach also for the Workers Educational Association and run weekly classes at local community centres. The most requested from my range of talks are those that combine social history, geography, geology and a 'sense of place'. I can adapt my talks to particular areas or interests.
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