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Loyd Grossman talk: 'Our Endangered Heritage: A National Asset at Risk'

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Heritage champion Loyd Grossman, a strong supporter of the College, will be visiting Lucy Cavendish to give a talk on ‘Our Endangered Heritage: A National Asset at Risk’, an issue that he cares about deeply.

Well-known for his career as a television gastronome and presenter of cookery programmes, Loyd is also heavily involved in a huge amount of charity work, particularly around the themes of heritage and conservation. He is particularly associated with the work of museums in the UK, being Chairman of the Heritage Alliance, the Blue Plaques Panel, the Churches Conservation Trust, the Campaign for Museums, the Public Monuments and Sculpture Association, National Museums Liverpool, the vice-chair of the Liverpool Culture Company and a trustee of St Deiniol’s Library.

This talk is one of a programme of events run by Lucy Cavendish College which are open to the public, and also forms one of the College’s Women’s Word events for 2012 – the annual festival of voices and creativity. Places are limited so we advise that you book early to avoid disappointment. Book your place by emailing

This talk is part of the Lucy Cavendish College public lecture series series.

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