7 Jul 2011
A visit to Great Coxwell Tithe Barn, which was admired by William Morris, Kelmscott Manor, where he lived, and Buscot Park. The outing is organised by The Friends of Czech Historic Buildings, Gardens and Parks charity and offers guided tours, lunch and coffee.
Participants will make their own way to Great Coxwell by car for 10am. The party will move on to Kelmscott for coffee, a guided tour of the house and lunch. There will be time to explore the village before going on to Buscot Park, where there will be a guided tour of the gardens, followed by an optional visit to the house for those who wish. Tea will also be available. Depart after 17.00, gates close at 18.00.
The cost of the outing is £40 including coffee, the guided tour and lunch at Kelmscott, and a donation to the Friends. The costs of visiting Buscot Park is borne directly by participants as some may be National Trust members, or may not want to visit the house or have tea. Entrance charges at Buscot Park for National Trust non-members are £5 (garden) or £8 (house and garden).
Telephone: 023 8044 5261
Venue:Kelmscott Manor & Buscot Park
7 Jul 2011
The Friends of Czech Historic Buildings, Gardens and Parks