Fundraisers contribute £530 towards commissioning replica wallpaper inside Kelmscott Manor
Christina Hardyment (centre with the dog), author of Writing the Thames and Literary Trails and Richard Mayon-White (left), an accredited walk leader and author ofExploring the Thames Wilderness are organising a second fundraising walk on Friday 6th September to raise funds for conservation works inside the Manor house. Numbers are limited to 15 and will include a last chance to see the collections before contractors begin major conservation works onsite. The tour will be followed by lunch and a circular walk along the Thames Path to Buscot Church to see the Burne-Jones stained glass windows made at the Morris factory.
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