A Festival of Landmark webinars

Live, interactive talks and seminars

Landmark’s workflow is ever-changing, as each building restoration brings exciting new findings that often contribute to wider fields of activity. Our live webinars are a chance to hear more about our latest projects and to ask the presenters your questions.

 
  • The Rebel and the Fox

    Thursday 17 September at 6.30pm

    Fox Hall

    An illustrated talk by our Director, Anna Keay, exploring the origins of one of The Landmark Trust's best-loved buildings, Fox Hall and the torrid life of Charles II's doomed illegitimate son, James, Duke of Monmouth. Pre-registration required here.

    Register for free

  • Mrs Coade vs. Horace Walpole

    Friday 18 September at 6pm

    Eleanor Coade

    It's 1772. Mrs Eleanor Coade stands up to Horace Walpole over the cost of a Gothick gateway for Strawberry Hill House, as architect William Chambers provides an eye witness account of the Coade manufactory in Lambeth. A lively case study from the Georgian Period from Coade expert Caroline Stanford.

    Register for free

  • Finding a date for Llwyn Celyn

    Friday 11 September at 2.30pm

    Llwyn Celyn drone

    Professor Danny McCarroll from Swansea University Geography Dept will give a lay person's guide to why Llwyn Celyn became the first building to be dated using oxygen isotopes and how the timbers are now being used to reconstruct past climate.

    If you missed this, a recording with captions in English and Welsh will be available in a week or two. If you wish to be notified when it is available, please email: [email protected]

  • Semaphore Tower

    Friday 11 September at 7pm

    Semaphore Tower

    A live webinar on Landmark's latest restoration, a Napoleonic Semaphore Tower in Surrey. Landmark's Historian Caroline Stanford will give a talk on its history and update on latest progress, with a chance to ask questions.

    If you missed this, a recording with captions will be available in a week or two. If you wish to be notified when it is available, please email: [email protected]