HCD Sheffield Architreck
As part of their 180th Anniversary celebrations, Hadfield Cawkwell Davidson (HCD) invites you to join us for a walking tour of Sheffield. Guided by local historian, Ron Clayton, you will take in the architectural sights of the city centre down to Kelham Island, finishing in a local hostelry. The area is home to a significant number of buildings by HCD from the practice’s inception in 1834 right up to the present day.
Places are limited – to avoid disappointment, please book early by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Remember to wear appropriate clothing/footwear for urban walking and the Sheffield weather.
The event is being run by Hadfield Cawkwell Davidson.
Date: Tuesday 24th June
Venue: Meet in the Amphitheatre at Hallam Square
Time: Departing at 17:45pm
Tickets: FREE ADMISSION
Reserve place onto this great walking tour by clicking here:
Image Credit: Both buildings by Hadfield Cawkwell Davidson. Photographs by David Millington Photography
Cholera Monument, Sheffield completed in 1835 (Left) Riverside Development, in Sheffield (completed 2005-2008) See http://public-art.shu.ac.uk/sheffield/unk126.html
Hallam Square to Kelham Island via city centre
Meet in the Amphitheatre at Hallam Square,
Howard Street/Arundel Gate,