Lancelot Brown & Caversham Park
SOLD OUT. The Berkshire Gardens Trust, by kind permission of the BBC, will be hosting ticketed events at Caversham Park. Caversham Park with its many-layered historic garden took its final form with the work of Lancelot Brown. This is the first time in many years that the general public will have access to Caversham Park. Each event will start with an introductory talk on the history of the garden. This will be followed by conducted tours of the garden and the important rooms in the house, followed by light refreshments.
Bookings: SOLD OUT
Tickets for the 17th April can be obtained by sending a cheque made payable to the Berkshire Gardens Trust, a stamped, self-addressed envelope and your contact details, to Miss Kaye Warner, 30 Nightingale Road, Woodley, Reading, RG5 3LS. Numbers are limited, so do book early to ensure a place. If you would like to reserve a place for the 12th of June or the 18th of September, please call either Ben Viljoen on 0118 984 3170 or Kaye Warner on 0118 969 5260.
Image: © Copied by kind permission of Reading Borough Libraries
- Event type: Guided tour
- Cost: £7.50
- Location: Caversham Park, Peppard Road, Caversham, Berkshire, RG4 8TZ
- 12th June 2:00 pm - 6:00 pm SOLD OUT
- 18th September 2:00 pm - 6:00 pm SOLD OUT
- Accessibility Details: Parts of the conducted walk will be over rough, damp terrain that is not suitable for wheelchairs or for buggies and prams. There is some reserved parking for blue badge holders close to the house. Wheelchair users will be able to go on the tour of the ho