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Discover the rich history of two royal residences: a Tudor palace magnificently developed by Cardinal Wolsey and later Henry VIII, alongside a baroque palace built by William & Mary. Join us for a special visit to Hampton Court Palace with an exclusive private tour by Sebastian Edward, the Deputy Chief Curator and Head of Collections....read more
To commemorate Yom Hashoah, artist Barbara Jackson will be once again be exhibiting at Ivy House. Her new exhibition will focus on a collection of paintings, etchings and mixed media works that tell the story of her family’s flight from Europe in the 1930s....read more
Join us for a guided visit to a historic Tudor Manor House with an award winning garden in the heart of Buckinghamshire. Originally the home of the Russell family and later the Earls of Bedford, this brick manor house features a fortified tower, stepped gables, a Tudor sunken garden, herbaceous borders and physic garden with medicinal and culinary herbs....read more
Please note that this event is imited to 18 people and the meeting point is the Archive.
Government records which have been selected for permanent preservation are sent to the National Archive in Kew. As the official public archive of the UK government, it holds records covering more than 1,000 years of history. Led by a member of the Archive’s specialist team we will participate in a workshop with emphasis on original documents from World War 2. Following lunch (not included), there will be an exclusive ‘behind the scenes’ tour of the Archive itself. This tour is not generally offered to members of the public....read more
This exhibition will focus on portraits of artist Julie Held and her family painted throughout her career. This will include a series of paintings and drawings of her father Peter who remains one of her favourite models, as well as paintings that deal with the illness and death of her late mother Gisela who passed away almost 40 years ago when the artist was aged just 18....read more
We are delighted to be working with the Friends of the Jerusalem Botanical Gardens to organise a series of events centred around two photographic exhibitions. The main exhibition will depict many aspects of the Jerusalem Botanical Gardens and will include the winners of the competition for school-age children from all cultures and religious backgrounds....read more