Nicholas Crane - The Making of the British Landscape

Nicholas Crane - The Making of the British Landscape





Sunday 6 November, 2016

Leconfield Hall Petworth GU28 0AH

12:00pm - 1.00pm

Adults £10 | 18 & under £4

SOLD OUT - If you would like to go on our waiting list for Returns please telephone the box office on 01798 344576.

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 benefits 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.