Romsey’s historic Seymour Cottage presentation by Prof Miles Lewis (AM, FAHA)
- Events seem a long way off when we are in lock down, but consider putting this SPECIAL EVENT in your diary NOW.
- Did you know that Romsey’s historic Seymour Cottage is so special that it is being considered for Portable Buildings World Heritage Nomination?
- Even if you have just a fleeting interest in history, do not miss eminent architectural historian Professor Miles Lewis as the next Talking History series guest speaker.
- Tickets $25 including refreshments.
Presented as part of Romsey & Lancefield Districts Historical Society’s “Talking History” series, esteemed Melbourne architectural historian: Professor Miles Lewis will discuss Romsey’s 165 years old Seymour Cottage, Singapore cottages and portable buildings. He will be joined by Portable Buildings World Heritage Nomination Taskforce members Andrew Muir and Tony Isaacson.
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This is a special event not to be missed by anyone with an interest in architecture and history.