On Wednesday 3rd May, Jenny Rowley-Bowen will be giving a talk on Snowshill and Snowshill Manor in Snowshill Village Hall starting at 7.30pm.
Jenny manages Snowshill Manor (a National Trust property), organises conservation work and leads a team of Conservation Assistants at the Manor, and her talk will present new research about the village and the role of the Manor once owned by the eccentric Charles Wade. Over his lifetime, Charles Wade amassed a large collection of cultural artifacts each with their own unique story. Jenny will recount some of the stories from the collection and talk about the on-going archaeological excavation of a model village that Charles Wade had built in the grounds which over the years fell into disrepair.
The talk is an open event, all welcome.