Monday 24 February
Join Peter Riley from The National Trust for his talk on ‘Tyntesfield’ .
Tyntesfield was saved as a result of an appeal by National Trust in 2002, when it was announced that Lord Wraxall’s estate and house had been put on the market and the contents were to be sold by public auction. It was regarded as the last major High Victorian house and estate in private hands to have survived in a largely unaltered state and still with much of its original furnishings.
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