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Tour and Picnic at Barlaston Hall

A day trip to Barlaston Hall in Staffordshire, guided tour of house, lunch provided, Wedgewood Museum


The scene of one of SAVE's most significant triumphs, this day trip to the beautiful home of James and Carol Hall will prove to be one of the highlights of our year. A full guided tour from Marcus Binney, SAVE's President, and James and Carol Hall, Barlaston's present owners will be followed by a delicious lunch in the garden, picnic style, then the truly dedicated will be welcomed at the Wedgwood Museum (a ten munite walk away) by the Curator for a tour of the Visitors' Centre and a short presentation on the exciting new developments there funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund. Tea at the Museum then return to Barlaston to say our thanks and goodbyes to the Halls, ending about 5pm.


Speaker(s):

Mr Marcus Binney | talks | www

 

Date and Time:

2 July 2005 at 10:30 am

Duration:

Full Day

 

Venue:

Barlaston Hall
Church Drive
Barlaston
Stoke on Trent
ST12 9AT
020 7253 3500
http://www.savebritainsheritage.org
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Organised by:

SAVE Britain's Heritage
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Tickets:

£40 Friends; £65 non-Friends

Available from:

Dale Ingram SAVE Britain's Heritage 020 7253 3500 fax 020 7253 3400 email: save@btinternet.com

Additional Information:

Non-Friends admission price includes a year's Friends Membership and full Friends concessions and benefits.

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