30TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION MONTH
KELMSCOTT MANOR WITH CURATOR DR KATHY HASLAM –ZOOM LECTURE
Wednesday 27th October at 3.30pm
Complimentary for BADA Friends; £10 for non-members
The BADA Friends having recently supported the ‘Heaven on Earth’ project at Kelmscott Manor I am delighted that Curator, Dr Kathy Haslam will be talking to the BADA Friends about this magical house. Set in the heart of the Cotswolds, this 17th-century Grade I Manor house was the country retreat of William Morris and his wife Jane. William Morris has become a household name in present times through his Victorian textile designs and was the father of the Arts and Crafts Movement.
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