image for Talk item typeTalk: Simon Inglis on “Played in Richmond” at Duke Street Baptist Church

Talk, Mon 13 Nov 2017

Contact

Richmond Local History Society

020 8891 3825

Address

Duke Street,
Richmond,
TW9 1DH

Details

Talk: Simon Inglis on “Played in Richmond”– sport and recreation since 1666

Simon Inglis is an author and architectural historian specialising in sport. Based in north west London since 1984, he has written a number of books on stadiums, sporting architecture and football history and gives regular lectures to a wide variety of organisations, clubs and educational institutions.

He is a passionate and entertaining speaker on Britain’s sporting heritage, especially its historic sports architecture and landscapes. In his illustrated talk, “Played in Richmond” – sport and recreation since 1666, he will be looking in particular at our local area.

Born and brought up in Birmingham, Simon Inglis wrote his first words on football and football grounds at the age of six, following a visit to Villa Park. He went on to study History and the History of Architecture at University College London, trained as a teacher in Leeds, taught history at a comprehensive school in Walthamstow and travelled in Central and South America before becoming a freelance journalist in Manchester.

Played in London is his latest book for the Played in Britain series

On-site light refreshmentsPublic toilets

Event details

Dates Times
Mon 13 Nov 2017 20:00 to 21:00

Prices

This event is free to members. Non-members are very welcome and will be invited to pay £4 on the door. We don’t sell advance tickets – there is no need to book as the venue has plenty of space and you can be sure to find a seat.

Location

Directions

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Map reference: TQ 179750  Lat: 51.46171 Long: -0.30407

Parking: with charge

Accessible by Public Transport: 0 miles from Richmond station

Facilities

  • On-site light refreshmentsOn-site light refreshments
  • Public toiletsPublic toilets