17 July 2021
Kingsweston House, Kingsweston Lane, BS11 0UR
Professor Monk will give a short presentation about the estate of Grade I listed Kingsweston House and then will continue onward to Repton's 18th century landscaped Blaise Estate, SSSI and Roman road.
The tour is of a flexible length dependent on participants. People can bring packed lunches, or may be able to purchase snacks from the Blaise Estate Cafe.
You must book in advance for this event. To book and if you have questions about the event, please contact Alessandra Badino.
Featured image: Professor Kathryn Monk
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