Heritage Events - September 2018

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Dorset Architectural Heritage Week 2018                 
6th to 16th September

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Tuesday 11th, 2pm
1. Hidden Depths: Women of the RNLI - Talk by Sue Hennessy

Find out how women have always been at the heart of the RNLI and its work of saving lives at sea. Following on from her book of the same title, Sue will transport you to all parts of our coastline and introduce you to many different fascinating women. Expect tales of courage and endurance; enterprise, imagination, loyalty, commitment and immense generosity.
Be prepared to shed a tear…but also to laugh out loud!
Tickets: £5 EDHT, £7 non-members. Meet: Castleman Suite, Allendale House, Wimborne

Thursday 20th, 10am
2. Cranborne Chase Walk

An 8 mile walk, with one rather steep climb, in the breathtakingly beautiful Cranborne Chase, and incorporating its highest point, the famous Win Green. Other
features include a beautiful dry valley and the picturesque village of Tollard Royal.
Please bring a packed lunch, and allow time for tea afterwards, (not included in the ticket price). Please dress appropriately for the weather with stout footwear.
Tickets: £5 EDHT, £7 non-members. Meet: Details on ticket

Wednesday 26th, 8.30am
Coach visit to Cadhay and Ottery St Mary (Friends Only Event)

Come and join us on a day out to Devon!
We start the visit with a tour of the splendid church at Ottery St Mary (with Flower Festival) which was first consecrated in 1260 and which has been described as
‘Exeter Cathedral in miniature’.
Lunch is then booked at the local garden centre (not included in the ticket price), after which the afternoon will be spent at Cadhay with a guided tour of the beautiful
Tudor house and a cream tea to finish. Built in 1550 with a few later additions, Cadhay is a stunning example of a 16th century manor house, which has stayed the
test of time, having survived the centuries in various states of love and neglect. It is now owned by furniture maker Rupert Thistlethwayte, a direct descendent of the
original Poulett family, who has spent the last 10 years restoring the beautiful house and gardens.
Tickets: £32 Meet: Details on ticket