Date(s) - 03/12/2016
10:30 am - 1:00 pm
The Victorian mansion “Feldemore”, now Belmont School, is located to the east of the village of Holmbury St Mary, standing high on the hill towards Abinger. Built in the late 19th century and once owned by the Waterhouse family of Price Waterhouse fame, this fine Arts and Crafts building houses the work of William Morris and William de Morgan.
On Saturday, 3rd December, there will be a guided walk exploring more of the Surrey Hills adjoining Belmont School, followed by mulled wine and mince pies in the School Hall by kind invitation of the Headmistress, Mrs Helen Skrine.
Make the Surrey Hills part of your Christmas celebrations with this fun and social event.
You will need stout walking shoes and be fit enough to climb small hills. It is practical to bring dogs on this day but the event is not designed/suitable for small children. This event cannot be adapted for members with mobility difficulties. Bring wet weather gear if rain is forecast.
Plenty of free parking available at the school.
Booking is essential. The cost for the visit will be £5.00 per person (children up to 16 free) and £6.00 for non-members. Please enclose your e-mail address OR a stamped addressed envelope for confirmation of your booking.
For further details or enquiries or to book directly, please contact: Chris Howard 01483 894437/ 07879841000.