Tiles and Architectural Ceramics Society

will be organising a tile conference here at Carlton Towers

Wednesday 1st April

11am -4pm


Day will include Arrival Tea & Coffee, Buffet Lunch and Afternoon Refreshements.

Extract from TACS…

“Carlton Towers is an architectural gem near Goole in East Yorkshire, originally dating to 1614, but substantially remodelled in 1875-7 by Edward Welby Pugin with internal renovations by John Francis Bentley, best known for his work on Westminster Cathedral. Bentley was responsible for a number of grand fireplaces most of which feature tiles by Frederick Garrard, in both Spanish Cuenca and polychrome Dutch designs. There are intriguing tiles by Garrard but two designs are by William De Morgan, which appear in fireplaces in the Venetian and Card rooms and the Picture Gallery (2 fireplaces).”

For more information and to book your place contact TACS Events