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Proud Sponsor of plaque honouring Victorian female explorer Adela Breton

Monday 25th July 2016
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Reymond Langton are proud to sponsor a plaque remembering an extraordinary Victorian woman who travelled across the Americas documenting the region’s ancient civilisations which was unveiled on Tuesday 19th July 2016.The plaque is located outside Adela Breton’s family home at 15 Camden Crescent (also previously owned by Pascale Reymond & Andrew Langton).

Pascale, As a qualified archaeologist, artist and someone that spends a lot of time travelling, always crossing the Atlantic for her work and passion, has been personally touched and greatly interested by Adela‚Äôs life and work. “It has been an honour to have lived here and commemorate her presence in Bath with this plaque.”

The plaque was unveiled by David Najera, Minister Embassy of Mexico to the UK. Mr Nagera then continued to give a lecture on aspects of world affairs from Mexico’s perspective at the Bath Royal Literary and Scientific Institution.

Proud Sponsor of plaque honouring Victorian female explorer Adela Breton to be unveiled in Camden Crescent in Bath

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