Private Guided Tour of Hagley Hall

Date(s) - 7th Mar 2019

Hagley Hall


A private visit to 18th century Hagley Hall, one of the hidden gems of the West Midlands.

Hagley Hall was the creation of George 1st Lord Lyttelton (1709-1773), secretary to Frederick Prince of Wales and briefly Chancellor of the Exchequer. George recruited Sanderson Miller to build him one of the last Palladian Houses in England. Hagley Hall, with its rich Rococo decoration surrounded by picturesque parkland, is a remarkable tribute to the artistic achievements of the great eighteenth-century amateurs but still remains a much loved family home of Christopher Charles Lyttelton, 12th Viscount Cobham and his family.

We’ll enjoy coffee and biscuits on arrival at the hall. Lunch of soup and sandwiches will be laid out for us at the Hall after our guided tours.

COST PER PERSON: £38.00 / £36.00 for Seniors and includes coffee on arrival and light lunch.

Pick- up points: Sixways: 08:00, Royal Well Coach Station: 08:15, Racecourse Park and Ride: 08:30.

Our coach will return at approximately 16:00.

If you have any queries, please email or ring Martha on 01242 526601.

Book your place using the form below.

There are three payment options:

1. You can pay by credit or debit card, as well as by PayPal, using the PayPal option (default).  If there are sufficient spaces still available this will automatically confirm your booking if the payment is accepted.

2. If you want to pay by cheque select the Off-line option from the payment methods but please send your cheque as soon as possible as your booking will not be confirmed until we have received the payment.

3. If you really don’t like filling in forms on-screen you can download a form, print it and post it with a cheque. A booking form can also be found in the Friends Newsletter (available January 2019). 

Cheques should be payable to Friends of The Wilson and sent with a sae or clearly written email address  to Martha Alleguen, 7 Sydenham Road South, Cheltenham GL52 6EF.



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