Kelmscott and Morris: Past, Present and Future


£1 million is needed to share William Morris’s ‘Heaven on Earth’

 We hope you will consider a donation to help us complete the project and begin delivering learning activities for local schools and community groups in 2021.

About the project

The new Learning Building is now in place, which once again encloses the southern range of the farmyard.   This will become a hub for education and community engagement and enable us to develop the educational dimension, so that young people can learn about the artists, writers and designers Kelmscott Manor inspired.

How you can help

Become a Companion or Benefactor: For gifts of £500 you will become a Kelmscott Manor Companion, with your donation recorded in a special commemorative book. For gifts of £5,000 or £15,000 and over, your name will be recorded on a stone plaque as a Kelmscott Manor Benefactor, or Principal Benefactor. If you would like to become a Companion of Kelmscott Manor (£500) or a Benefactor (£5000), please download our donation form [PDF].

Donate any amount: Any donation large or small is incredibly appreciated, and could make all the difference to the Kelmscott Campaign. Please select ‘Kelmscott Manor’ when making your donation.

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  • Exterior view of Kelmscott Manor

  • Weathervane South Road Barn

  • Collections to be conserved

  • Stable Barn Roof

  • Learning Space & Artist Studio

  • New Education & Activity Space

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