Kelmscott and Morris: Past, Present & Future

  • Kelmscott Manor Workshop - Printing

  • Kelmscott Manor School Programme

  • Kelmscott Manor School Programme

  • Kelmscott Manor School Programme

  • Kelmscott Manor Schools Workshop

  • Kelmscott Manor Education workshop - Acanthus & Vine

    We are grateful to the National Lottery Heritage Fund, Benefactors and Companions for helping us raise £6 million to conserve and renovate Kelmscott Manor. We now need your help to raise £1 million to create a fund to support learning and outreach, exhibitions and events.

    You can support us in these ways

    Kelmscott Manor Companion

    Donate £500 and it will be recorded in perpetuity in a special ‘Commemorative Companion’ book.

    Kelmscott Manor Benefactor

    Make a donation of £5,000 and it will be recorded on a specially commissioned plaque as a ‘Kelmscott Manor Benefactor’.

    Legacies

    ‘The past is not dead: it is living in us and will be alive in the future, which we are helping to build.’ William Morris

    By remembering Kelmscott Manor in your will, the contribution you  make will ensure that generations to come are able to enjoy the Manor in the same way you have.

    If you would like to become a Companion of Kelmscott Manor or a Benefactor, please download our donation form.

    To learn more about legacies, please visit this page.

    If you would like to discuss a donation or legacy please contact Dominic Wallis, Head of Development, Society of Antiquaries of London, by telephone at 020 7479 7096 or email at [email protected].

    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. Donate online here.

     

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