Francis Pryor | A Fenland Garden

Thu 18 Apr 2024 | 4:00pm - 5:00pm

Francis Pryor
Francis Pryor - A Fenland Garden

Francis Pryor, one of the UK’s most distinguished living archaeologists, presents his story of creating a garden amid the complex and fragile Fens of southern Lincolnshire. Juxtaposing Fenland lore and history with vignettes of his trials and tribulations working an exceptionally demanding plot of land, Francis tells the tale of repairing damage and reclaiming a patch of ground for local wildlife.  

Venue: Old Divinity School

Duration: 1 hour

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  Francis Pryor | A Fenland Garden Full Price
4pm | Thursday 18 April | Old Divinity School
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  Francis Pryor | A Fenland Garden Concession (U25s, unwaged and those feeling the pinch)
4pm | Thursday 18 April | Old Divinity School
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Author biography

Francis Pryor is one of Britain’s most distinguished living archaeologists, the excavator of Flag Fen and a sheep farmer. Based in Lincolnshire, he is the author of seventeen books including The Fens (a Radio 4 Book of the Week), Stonehenge, Flag Fen, Britain BC, Britain AD, The Making of the British Landscape and Scenes from Prehistoric Life