Harrow National Trust Association

POLESDEN LACEY (NT) –  Wednesday 26 April 2017

Set in an area of outstanding natural beauty, Polesden Lacey boasts captivating views across the rolling Surrey hills.  This was an Edwardian party house and was famous for being the honeymoon destination for George VI and Queen Elizabeth.  The gardens offer something for every season and one of the longest double herbaceous borders in the country. Lunch and tea available at Polesden Lacey. This is a coach trip.

DR. JOHNSON’S HOUSE  (CITY OF LONDON ) - Tuesday 28 February 2017

Dr Johnson’s House is a charming 300 year old townhouse, nestled amongst a maze of courts and alleys in the historic City of London.   Samuel Johnson, the writer and wit, lived and worked here in the middle of the 18th Century, compiling his great “Dictionary of the English Language”. 

A Make your own way trip.


ICKENHAM  HALL  -   Thursday 16 March 2017

This 18th century mansion was a private residence until 1947 when the then Middlesex County Council bought it. However the site has been farmed and occupied since pre-saxon times.  Even William the Conqueror can claim a place in the site’s history!  Over the centuries it has experienced many uses including school, arts centre, rehearsal
rooms and offices. A Make your own way trip.


































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