22 Cavendish Square, Margaret Street, Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire, HU3 1SS
Discover the story of All Saints Church and Cavendish Square. Come and explore through an illustrated talk, the story of Hull's largest Victorian church and the elegant square of houses that surround it.
Discover how wealthy clergy families enable the building of a new parish church for Sculcoates, the scandal of the deprived curate, and how Sculcoates welcomed its first resident vicar in over half a century. Or how the rising 'middling men' cashed in on the building boom as the town expanded north along the Beverley Road and discover something of the families who lived in the elegant square.
This is a pre-bookable illustrated talk in a private house (22 Cavendish square, one of the seven surviving from the original 1860s Cavendish Square).
Saturday 9 September:10.00 and 14.00 Thursday 14 September:10.00 and 14.00
PUBLIC ADMISSION IS FREE TO ALL VENUES
PARTICIPATING IN HERITAGE OPEN DAY 2023
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