A tale of life in two famous stately homes
THE history of two of Gloucestershire's famous stately homes will be revealed in a talk at Blackfriars Priory on Tuesday from 7.30pm.
Life in Highnam Court and Elmore Court will be discussed by their owners Anselm Guise and Roger Head.
The talk is part of a series celebrating Gloucester History Festival. Highnam Court was built in 1648 after the original house was damaged in the Civil War and was once the home of Hubert Parry, composer of Jerusalem. Elmore Court was built in the 1500s and recently featured on TV programme, Country House Rescue.
Sunday and Monday evenings £12.00 per head for an all inclusive meal with Indian and Thai cuisine (normal price £14.50).
Bring this voucher to the restaurant complete with your name and email address on it.
Terms: Expires 31st July
Contact: 01452 223782
Valid until: Wednesday, July 31 2013