Univ in the City
“From Reading Modern History to Saving an Ancient House”
Tuesday, 18 February 2020
Skinners’ Hall, 8 1/2 Dowgate Hill, London EC4R 2SP
You are cordially invited to attend an evening drinks reception as part of Univ in the City, a speaker and networking series bringing together our community of Old Members in the City and beyond.
Our host for the evening will be Tim Sanderson (1976, Modern History), Chairman and CIO at Sanderson Asset Management. He and his wife, Dede, acquired Marston House, near Frome, Somerset in 2012. Tim will give insights on his life from working in the city to saving and restoring a manor house of national importance.
His talk will address:
· Univ and the arts/heritage
· The history of Marston House, the Earls of Cork and Orrery (and later owners)
· What it takes to undertake a project of national significance
· The House and the community
· Does reading history help?
We would love to see you there and encourage you to bring friends, colleagues and work associates with you.
6.30pm Welcome drinks
7.15pm Tim Sanderson followed by Q&As
8.15pm Drinks and nibbles
Tickets £35.00 Old Members and guests (including a £10 contribution towards Young Univ attendees) £25.00 Old Members and guests £15.00 Young Univ (Old Members aged 35 and under, and current students)
We look forward to seeing you there.
Photo credit: Justin Paget/Country Life Picture Library
Tim Sanderson (1976, Modern History) is Chairman and CIO at Sanderson Asset Management. Tim has worked in the fund management industry for forty years, establishing his own independent firm in 2000. He has been active in the management of various UK charities since the 1980s.
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