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Summer Programme 2018

The Summer programme has been finalised and booking is open. For details of the programme see the Summer programme page in the Events menu.

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Far Away Day

On Sunday 1st July there will an outing to Ightham Mote and Tonbridge. Booking is now open. Cost – £22.50 or £32.50 for non NT members. See Far Away Day page for more details and a booking form

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Summer School 2018

Booking is now open for London Region Summer school to be held at St Bride Foundation, Bride Lane, Fleet St, London CE4Y 8EQ. A wide range of topics will be covered including art, history, literature, music, science and currrent affairs. … Continue reading

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Away Days in January and February

Friday, 19th January Join a guided tour of The Old Operating Theatre Museum and Herb Garret at St Thomas’s Church. This is the oldest operating theatre in Britain, dating from the early 19th century and restored about 10 years ago. … Continue reading

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Far Away Day to Winchester Cathedral Christmas Market

Booking is now open for our visit on Friday 1st Dec to Winchester. We will start with a short tour of the Cathedral and then the remainder of the day you will be free to visit the Christmas Market or … Continue reading

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New Shared Learning Project – Smithfield and its residents in the year of the Great Plague 1665

This project will look into the impact of the Great Plague on the residents of Charterhouse, and its close neighbour across Smithfield, St Bartholomew’s Hospital. Closing date for application is Monday 13th November 2017. See our SLP webpage for details.

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