Monday 7 October 2019. Visit to Chartwell: Family Home and Garden of Sir Winston Churchill

This visit will complement the lecture on ‘The paintings and wit of Winston Churchill and Noel Coward’ to be given in December 2019.

Chartwell is filled with treasures from every aspect of Churchill’s life, and there is much to see in the grounds, from lakes to gardens, a kitchen garden, and Churchills’ swimming pool.

Chartwell

A welcoming coffee will be followed by a talk on Churchill’s paintings in the Studio, and timed entry to the main house.

Booking will be from 2nd July to 23rd September. Travel will be by coach.

Schedule:

08:00  Coach leaves Romsey Bus Station
10:15  Arrive at Chartwell; welcome and introduction followed by group coffee in the    Mulberry Room
11:30  Talk on Winston Churchill’s paintings in the Studio
12:15  Individual lunch A/R at café
13:30 Main house entry: timed tickets for self-guided tour
16:00  Coach departs for Romsey
18:15  Coach arrives Romsey Bus Station

Cost:
Note: Booking closes on 23rd September

£34.00 with NT card; £48.00 without NT card. Driver gratuity is included.

BACS payments and electronic transfer should be made out to The Arts Society Romsey account sort code 40 52 40, account number 00060162.
Please ensure that you write your name and initials/membership number in the reference box.
Cheques should be made payable to – The Arts Society Romsey
Please note:
Priority bookings are to Romsey members.
PAYMENT IS NON REFUNDABLE except in exceptional  circumstances. Members can, with the agreement of the visits secretary, transfer their booking to a third party.
Bookings are reserved only upon receipt of payment.

Visits secretary: Charles Slatter
Tel 01794 511011 Mobile 07887 845925 (for use on visit day)
18 Withy Close, ROMSEY, SO51 7SA

Please provide the visits secretary with your name and mobile phone no and a contact name and phone no for emergency use on the day. (this can be done on the day of the visit)

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