Image: Mr Jessopp’s House, Wardwick, Derby – Courts and Garden from the Little Drawing Room by Augustus Oakley Deacon, pencil and watercolour on paper, 1852 © Derby Museums
The Jacobean House was a house of firsts: the first brick building in Derby and the first place to have seen tea consumed in the town. However, it’s a miracle survivor because of the two times it was nearly destroyed and its periods of abandonment. This exhibition hopes to create discussion about the price of the demolition of historical buildings in the name of future progress.
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