Leicester Heritage Panels


In 2016 and 2017,  I provided the research and text for a series of heritage panels commissioned by Leicester City Council.  These now stand outside the buildings which they describe and form part of the network of the city's heritage trails.

The subjects and buildings were wide-ranging in their historical contexts, from the brutal architecture of the Lee Circle car park (pictured) to Thomas Cook's 'Thorncroft' residence in Stoneygate, Leicester and the British United School Machinery premises on Belgrave Road.