Date(s) - 10 July, 2015
First we will visit Sandham Memorial Chapel, commissioned by relatives of Lieutenant H.W. Sandham in the 1920s as a memorial of his death in WW1. We will view the series of large-scale paintings by Sir Stanley Spencer around the walls which were inspired by his own war experiences, and completed in 1932.
There will be a break for tea / coffee and biscuits after the visit, at a nearby pub.
Then we shall proceed to Nuffield Place, the home in the 1930s of the founder of Morris Motor cars, William Morris, Lord Nuffield, who was also a great philanthropist.
The house and its original collections and his tools give a fascinating insight into the 1930s lifestyle of this modest millionaire.
There is a café serving light lunches, etc.
BOOKING ESSENTIAL – For booking or enquiries please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please indicate on the booking form whether you will want tea / coffee so that I can give the pub approx. numbers in advance. The cost is £2.50 payable on the day.
Departure times and places:
A: 7.00 am St Edmund’s Church, Lanehouse Rocks Road
B: 7.00 am St. Nicholas’ Church, Buxton Rd
C: 7.10 am Spa Hotel, Dorchester Road
D: 7.30 am Dorchester Market car park
Cost: Members £28.00 Non-NTSDA members £30.00
Both properties are NT, so please remember your membership card.
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