Landscape and Remembering - Landscape and freedom
Landscape is a space in which you can make memories and contemplate the past, these talks look at how important giving equal access to this is.
- Booking not needed
- Free event
The National Trust is inviting experts to talk about their work and research over four webinars, which will take place on-line each Thursday evening from 6:30 pm, throughout the month of November.
Thursday 25th of November - Landscape and Freedom
Runnymede as a study in 20th century political ownership of 'Freedom' - Steven Franklin, Researcher and historian
Connecting with nature - Maxwell Aymba, Access champion and journalist
Giving access to freedom at Runnymede - Jess Kellard, Volunteer and community involvement manager
- Booking details
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