Waters’ Edge Country Park was created from reclaimed industrial land which had become one of the most toxic sites in Europe. Landscape historian Richard Clarke traces the story of the site and the clean-up challenge inherited by North Lincolnshire Council – an issue closely monitored by the Civic Society in the 1990s. The talk is part of the Society’s ongoing celebration of its fiftieth anniversary, and takes pace in the Joseph Wright Hall starting at 7.30pm
Non-members are welcome (£2). Ground floor with wheelchair accessible toilet.