Nicholas Crane - The Making of the British Landscape

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President of the Royal Geographical Society and television presenter Nicholas Crane’s The Making of the British Landscape brilliantly describes the evolution of Britain’s countryside and cities.

Nick Crane’s story is a 12,000 year journey weaving in the role played by geology in shaping our cities, industry and recreation, culminating in the twenty- first century, one of the most extreme centuries of change since the Ice Age. The co-presenter of BBC’s Coast also covers the bene ts bestowed by a 6,000-mile
coastline.

Nicholas Crane is a rare combination: prize-winning author, an expert cartographer and an international explorer. He is a Fellow of The Royal Geographical Society, a member of The Royal Society of Literature and Vice-President of the Campaign to Protect Rural England.

Date: Sunday 6 November, 2016

Venue: Leconfield Hall Petworth GU28 0AH

Time: 12:00pm - 1.00pm

Tickets: Adults £10 | 18 & under £4

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