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27 February 2018Windsor Castle and Chapel Post restoration after the fire
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01 September 2016Romsey Abbey and Broadlands
08 June 2016Chenies Manor and Milton's Cottage
19 March 2016Outing to Southampton City Art Gallery and Sea City Museum
25 January 2016Annual New Year Lunch at "Greens"
24 September 2015Reading Museum-Bayeux Tapestry and more. Mapledurham House and Gardens
24 June 2015Gloucester Cathedral and Highnam Court
23 April 2015Corsham Court and Bowood
19 January 2015Our Annual Lunch at Green's
26 November 2014Rembrandt Exhibition at the National Gallery
25 June 2014Madresfield Court
14 May 2014Tyntesfield House
13 January 2014Annual New Year Lunch at "Greens"
30 November 2013Australian Art Exhibtion at the ROYAL ACADEMY
01 October 2013Strawberry Hill
15 May 2013Chiswick House and Syon Park
21 March 2013Visit to Castell Coch and then to Cardiff Museum and the Art Gallery of Wales
14 January 2013NEW YEAR LUNCH
28 November 2012Pre-Raphaelites: Victorian Avant-Garde Tate Britain, London
06 October 2012Royal Shakespeare Company, Stratford and Coughton Court

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Windsor Castle and Chapel
Post restoration after the fire

Tuesday 27 February 2018

Limited to 40 members/visitors in total

Windsor Castle: Most of us know something about Windsor Castle; it has been the family home of British kings and queens for almost 1000years. As well as being an official residence for the Queen, it is also a working royal palace hosting state visits and banquets, political leaders, ambassadors etc. St George’s Chapel, within its precinct, is the spiritual home of the Order of the Garter.

This visit will give us an insight into the restoration programme post the fire of 1992 followed by a “multi-media” tour of the State Apartments including areas transformed after the fire. As part of the visit to St George’s Chapel, we will be given a talk by Colonel (Retd) David Axson, one of the Military Knights.

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