Hoskins’ legacy – why landscape matters today

Hoskins’ legacy – why landscape matters today

Series Name Centre for English Local History
Speaker Dame Fiona Reynolds
Type Lectures & Talks
When 16 Jan 2014, 02:15PM - 03:15PM
Venue Centre for English Local History, no 5 Salisbury Road
Open To Public
Ticket Price Free
For Bookings Contact Lucy Byrne - lb77@leicester.ac.uk
The following seminar will be held at the Centre for English Local History, no 5 Salisbury Road at 2:15pm on Thursday 16 January. All are welcome. Speaker Dame Fiona Reynolds DBE became Master of Emmanuel in 2012. She came to the College from the National Trust, of which she has been Director-General since 2001. Her appointment there ceases at the end of 2012. Before her position with the Trust, she was Director of the Women’s Unit in the Cabinet Office and was previously Director of the Council for the Protection of Rural England (now Campaign to Protect Rural England) and Secretary to the Council for National Parks. Fiona is a Non-Executive Director of the BBC and from December 2012 will be the Senior Independent Director of the Executive Board. She is also a Non-Executive Director of Wessex Water. Fiona was appointed CBE for services to the environment and conservation in 1998. She is married with three daughters and the family home is near Cirencester. Fiona was appointed DBE in 2008.