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Oxford Heritage Walks: On Foot from Catte Street to Parson’s Pleasure

Monday 4 April 2016

1 Hour


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Local historian Malcolm Graham and former city historic buildings officer Edith Gollnast talk to the director of Oxford Preservation Trust, Debbie Dance, about the third volume of their heritage walks series.

Oxford Heritage Walks is published by the trust, written by Graham, and illustrated by Gollnast. The books highlight some of Oxford’s finest buildings, including those that are vulnerable, and record some of those that have been lost. Book three, On Foot from Catte Street to Parson’s Pleasure, takes the reader from the heart of the city to its rural past. The books revise and expand on the much-loved Oxford heritage guides from the 1970s. The first two books in the series are On Foot from Oxford Castle to St Giles and On Foot from Broad Street.

Graham was head of the Centre for Oxfordshire Studies before retiring and has published extensively on local history. Gollnast spent 35 years working with Oxford’s historic buildings and areas in the city planning department. Dance has been director of Oxford Preservation Trust, a charity that owns more than 900 acres and listed buildings in and around the city, since 1999.