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The Regency Town House

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The Fascinating Mr Ranger and Early British Concrete Heritage - Saturday 21 September: 1500-1600
The Fascinating Mr Ranger and Early British Concrete Heritage - Saturday 21 September: 1500-1600
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The Fascinating Mr Ranger and Early British Concrete Heritage

The Regency Town House, 13 Brunswick Square, Brighton & Hove, East Sussex, BN3 1EH

William Ranger and Charles Barry developed key local sites such as St Peter's Church and the Royal Sussex County Hospital.

William Ranger was born in Ringmer, Sussex, at the end of the 18th century but spent many of his formative years in Brighton where he worked with a young Charles Barry, then just embarking on his long architectural career.  Working sometimes jointly with Barry and at other times alone, Ranger also undertook many other local projects including repairs to the property of Mrs Dulany, the extension of the Royal Pavilion, the building of Admiral Codrington's home, the creation of sunken gardens for Kemptown residents and the formation of the Brighton Sea Walls. In almost all of these sites he deployed 'Ranger's Artificial Stone', a product for which he subsequently acquired patents in 1832 and 1834. Join us for a 60 minute introduction to the fascinating, but hitherto little known, Mr Ranger and his intriguing Artificial Stone.


● Saturday 21 September: 1500-1600

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The Regency Town House
13 Brunswick Square
BN3 1EH Brighton & Hove
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