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RESCHEDULED DATE Andrew Ziminski Stonemason: A History of Building Britain in Bath

Thursday 3rd September

  • Venue The Countess of Huntingdon's Chapel, The Vineyards, The Paragon, Bath, BA1 5NA
  • Doors open 6.15pm
  • Start time 6.30pm
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This event has been postponed and will now take place on Thursday September 3rd.

Andrew Ziminski is a stonemason living and working in what was ancient Wessex. He has three decades of hands-on experience with the tangible history of this country and has worked on some of the greatest and most interesting monuments in Britain; from using his skills to create a Stonehenge megalith, to the restoration of Roman ruins in Bath, to working on the tower of Salisbury Cathedral and the dome of St Paul’s in London. He is happiest, however, when working on a humble medieval country church.

“My school history lessons were focused around flat pages of facts, events and royal personalities, but for me it was the material aspects of the past, the tangible remnants left behind that were thrilling, and that it was these buildings and places, and learning how they worked, that really brought the past alive.”