Free talk at Middle Street Rource Centre

‘The Manor hath been the inheritance of Lawyers’ – Excavating a lost mediaeval fortified manor house at Strelley Hall.

The talk will James Wright FSA Doctoral Researcher Nottingham University

talk detail: Construction work at the idyllic 18th century Strelley Hall led to the chance discovery of the remains of a much older building. The 14th century fortified manor of the De Strelley family lay beneath and as excavations proceeded a huge rock-cut moat became visible for the first time since it was filled in after a catastrophic fire in the 16th Century. This talks looks at the evidence for this manor.

Wednesday 13th September, talk starts at 7.30pm.
Middle Street Resource Centre Middle Street Beeston
FREE talk and FREE tea or coffee
All welcome

About Sue Sambells

Editor of Bramcote Today. Trustee of Nottinghamshire Neighbourhood Watch. Lead Coordinator for RVR, Bramcote - Neighbourhood Watch Scheme
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