The Chester Civic Trust welcomes Nicola Briggs, Director of the National Trust for London and the South East back to Chester to present ‘The National Trust from Octavia Hill to 2024’. The lecture on Wednesday, April 17th is the last of its Winter Lecture Series at Grosvenor Museum for 2023/4.

Nicola Briggs grew up in Chester and attended the Queens School. After a career in news and publishing, and at Amnesty International, she joined the National Trust in 2014. She is passionate about bringing beauty and nature to urban areas, and identifying future solutions and preserving properties for community use.

Nicola’s lecture on 17th April at 7.30pm is at the Grosvenor Museum (27 Grosvenor St, CH1 2DD) and will give FREE admission to members of the National Trust if they bring their current membership card. Civic Trust members have free admission to Lectures. Guests £5 on the door.

The nearest car park is Castle Square – free after 6pm – which is a 3 minute walk from the Museum.

The title of Nicola’s talk will be ‘ The National Trust from Octavia Hill to 2024’.