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Mount Edgcumbe Maps and other evidence

Newly discovered maps of Plymouth Sound enable closer dating of features in the grounds and insights into existing documentary evidence.

Lecturer: Dr. Pat Hughes

Dr Pat Hughes gained her PhD at Birmingham University in 1990 and has since worked as a researcher on a number of projects. These include the house and estate at Little Morton Hall, Cheshire for the National Trust, the ruined mansion, gardens and Deer park at Witley Court, Worcestershire, for English Heritage. She is currently researching the history of the 1721 Guildhall in Worcester, including the reconstruction of the medieval site, for Worcester City Council.


Dr Pat Hughes | talks


Date and Time:

5 November 2005 at 10:30 am


1 hour



Mount Edgcumbe House
PL10 1HZ
01752 822236
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Organised by:

The National Trust - Cotehele House
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Available from:

'Treasures of the Tamar' Conference
Attn: Rachel Hunt
Cotehele House
St. Dominick
PL12 6TA

Tel: 01579 352723

e-mail: rachel.hunt@nationaltrust.org.uk

Additional Information:

This is one of eight lectures taking place as part of the 'Treasures of the Tamar' weekend conference. The cost is inclusive of all lectures, lunch and refreshments on both days. Cheques should be payable to 'The National Trust'.

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