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DateVisit
29 May 2019Visit to HATFIELD HOUSE
20 January 2019Visit to STRAWBERRY HILL HOUSE, Twickenham
06 September 2018VISIT to RENISHAW HOUSE & GARDENS
01 August 2018CHURCHES AROUND TEWKESBURY
27 June 2018VISIT to ABLINGTON MANOR & SEZINCOTE
10 April 2018VISIT to the CHARLES I & II EXHIBITIONS, LONDON
08 March 2018VISIT to NATIONAL GALLERY OF WALES, CARDIFF
22 October 2017THE ART & HISTORY OF GLASGOW & DUMFRIES HOUSE
05 July 2017SOUTH WORCESTERSHIRE CHURCHES
06 June 2017VISIT TO LAMPORT HALL AND GARDENS
14 February 2017VISIT to SHEFFIELD MILLENNIUM & THE GRAVES ART GALLERIES
19 July 2016SHROPSHIRE CHURCHES
01 June 2016VISIT TO SUDELEY CASTLE
20 April 2016VISIT TO WADDESDON MANOR
23 February 2016VISIT TO JACKFIELD TILE MUSEUM
03 July 2015BOUGHTON HOUSE
15 April 2015RAGLEY HALL
01 April 2015AMSTERDAM
18 February 2015VISIT TO MANCHESTER MAIN ART GALLERY
22 October 2014VISIT TO COMPTON VERNEY for the BRITISH ART EXHIBITION
29 June 2014SUMMER LUNCH at WALMLEY GOLF CLUB with Speaker SOPHIE SNELL
03 June 2014STAFFORDSHIRE CHURCHES

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Visit to HATFIELD HOUSE
Wednesday 29 May 2019

A coach outing leaving the Funky Bear Pub in Hill Village Road B75 5HL at 8.30am prompt to visit Hatfield House, Hertfordshire with return at about 6.30pm. The cost of the outing is £43 per person.

The cost does not include food, but there is catering for various requirements at the house.

Hatfield House is set in a large park, the Great Park, on the eastern side of the town of Hatfield. The present Jacobean house was built in 1611 byRobert Cecil, 1st Earl of Salisbury, who was the Chief Minister to King James I and has been the home of the Cecil family ever since. Superb examples of Jacobean craftmanship can be seen throughout the House, such as the grand staircase with its fine carving, and the rare stained glass in the private chapel. The estate includes extensive grounds and surviving parts of an earlier palace. The private gardens will be open to view. The house is currently the home of the 7th Marquess of Salisbury.