You are currently browsing the tag archive for the ‘chartwell’ tag.

1 September – 4 November

Chilly mornings, golden colour, soft sunshine – autumn is the perfect time to rediscover everything that is wonderful about the British countryside, but sometimes we need a little inspiration and help to get us started! More

Champagne corks were popping this week as local National Trust property Chartwell welcomed its record-breaking 200 000th visitor for the 2011/12 season. More

Santa arrived in super style at Chartwell last weekend as he was chauffeur-driven in a beautiful green Morgan sports car. More

Take time out from the hustle and bustle of a packed high street, and indulge in a day of traditional festivities in sumptuously historic surroundings set in stunning winter landscapes. This Christmas, National Trust properties in Kent throw open their gates to reveal festively decorated interiors, craft workshops, warming winter meals, and inspiring winter walks. You may even find yourself stepping back into another century. More

Visitors to the National Trust’s Chartwell will be offered a very special ‘behind the scenes’ glimpse on the 3rd and 4th November as the house team start to put the house to bed for the Winter. More

Anyone interested in a fascinating new insight into the life of Sir Winston Churchill should make their way to the National Trust’s Chartwell shop on Thursday 20th October. More

Children from classes 5 and 6 at Crockham Hill Primary School came 2nd in the country in the National Trust’s annual ‘Crumble Rumble’. Aided and abetted by staff at Chartwell they managed to pick and peel apples, mix up a topping and rustle up a delicious spiced apple crumble from scratch in 38 minutes flat! More

Authors

Enter your email address to subscribe to Peninsula Times and receive notifications of new posts by email.

Join 194 other followers

%d bloggers like this: