CROOME Park, near Worcester, is hosting two lecture lunches this month.
The first event at the National Trust property is on Wednesday, November 10 from 11.30am to 1.30pm and tells the story of the Tapestry Room at Croome Court. The lecture, to be held behind closed doors of the magnificent mansion house, will include a delicious lunch and a very rare chance to explore the ground floor of the house whilst it is closed to the public.
At the same time on Wednesday, November 17, hear the fascinating story of the Hare Krishnas who called the Court their home from 1979 to 1984. Hare Krishna inspired food and music will accompany the lecture.
Tickets, priced at £18 for each lecture, must be pre-booked on 01905 371782.
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