|We were delighted to welcome a visitor from America on 5th May 2022. |
Lady Patricia Pelham Clinton Hope, eldest daughter of the 9th Duke of Newcastle under Lyne, Henry Edward Hugh Pelham Clinton Hope and Lady Mary Dianna Montagu Stuart Wortley Mackenzie, is visiting Clumber Park the former family seat of The Dukes of Newcastle to plant a Cedar of Lebanon tree as part of the Queen’s Green Canopy tree planting initiative created to mark Her Majesty’s Platinum Jubilee.
A supporter and member of The Friends of the Mausoleum for many years, she was very appreciative of the work that The Churches Conservation Trust and The Friends group at the Mausoleum are doing to maintain the history and fabric of the building.
The building is now open for our seasonal Sunday afternoon openings from 2pm – 4pm.
Come along and find out about the 4th Duke of Newcastle and his wife Georgiana, 4th Duchess of Newcastle. Our volunteers are happy to welcome you to this historic place. The statue of Georgiana, has been professionally cleaned thanks to donations and fundraising from our supporters and friends.
Our latest fundraising for “Unrestored Windows” is now running and we thank you for donations received so far.
Groups are welcome at any suitable time in the week, by prior arrangement. Please contact us to arrange a visit with tea/coffee and cake to follow.
Our next event is our Summer Music Concert 7pm. Sat. 16th July. Tickets are £8 each. Please book now to reserve your seat! You can contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Other events this year –
Sunday 25th Sept Georgiana Memorial Service at 2.30pm with a talk by Dr. Richard Gaunt followed by tea/coffee and cake. Please contact us to reserve your seat. (Georgiana died on the 26th September 1822)
Sunday 25th Sept. Sunday openings – season closes
Saturday 12th Nov. Christmas Gift and Craft Fayre 10am – 4pm. Back by popular demand!
Saturday 3rd Dec. Carols by Candlelight at the later time of 4pm-5pm
We thank you for your continued support and hope to see you at these events.
The Friends of Milton Mausoleum