Date(s) - 15th Jan 2024
St Matthew's Church
2 Willow Road is the middle house of a terrace of three in Hampstead which was designed by architect Ernő Goldfinger, a key member of the Modernist movement, for himself and his family. It was completed in 1939 and they lived there until his death in 1987. It is now in the custody of the National Trust and is open to the public.
Robert Rimell is a retired architect and was born in Cheltenham in 1951. After spending most of his working life in Greater London, he returned to Cheltenham in 2015 in order to re-engage with the town that he loves. Rob is a former trustee of The Friends of The Wilson and has been a volunteer Tour Guide at Willow Road for about 10 years.
Cost per person: £11, to include tea/coffee and cake.
If you have any questions please phone Alison on 01242 519413.
Please book using one of the following options:
- On-line bookings with a debit or credit card can be made using the form below. Alternatively you may reserve your place, select the ‘off-line’ payment option and pay by bank transfer or cheque.
- Bank transfer – please email email@example.com and wait for confirmation that places are available before arranging your bank transfer.
- Cheque – please complete a booking form (download here ) and post it with your cheque.
Places are not confirmed until payment is received.
Bank transfers should be made to Friends of The Wilson (or as much of that as the bank will accept) Sort Code 30-91-87 Account 00005816. The reference must include your surname plus as much of the event title as will fit, for example SMITH WillowRd.
Please make cheques payable to Friends of The Wilson and send with a SAE or clearly written email address to Mrs Alison Pascoe, 77 Naunton Lane, Cheltenham, GL53 7AZ.
Terms & Conditions: When taking part in the talk please follow these guidelines:
- Please do not attend a talk if you have any Covid-19 symptoms
- You are undertaking this event at your own risk
Bookings are now closed for this event.