All in the golden afternoon

Join us at 12noon on Tuesday 23 May on the Folly Bridge in Oxford (Abingdon Road, Oxford OX1 4LB)

when Gyles Brandreth will unveil a decorative plaque, marking the place where, on 4 July 1862, The Revd Charles Dodgson (Lewis Carroll), The Revd Robinson Duckworth, and the three Liddell sisters set off on a boating trip that would change literary history. For, as you all know, it was on this outing that the first version of Alice’s Adventures Underground (later entitled Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland) was told to the children.