Black Chiswick through history, Nadege Forde Vidal, 25 April 2022

Lady Burlington in her garden at Chiswick helped by black servant, James Cambridge, sketch by William Kent (Devonshire archives, Chatsworth)

a free online talk by Nadege Forde Vidal at 7.30pm on Monday, 25 April 2022

Nadege Forde Vidal is leading the volunteer research team on the Black Chiswick Through History project at Chiswick House. She will share some of their findings, revealing the hidden histories of 18th and 19th century black people who lived and worked at Chiswick House and nearby.

The Zoom link will be sent out to ticket holders on Sunday 24th April (or early on Monday). We will open the event at 7.15 to allow people to get settled before the formal start at 7.30.

This talk is not on our usual ‘third Monday in the month’ meeting because of this year’s Easter arrangements.

As usual there will be no charge to join this event but you should reserve a place via Ticketsource or directly via

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