Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Servant's Event Date Confirmed

Two dates have been confirmed for the Servants Family History event. The new Tredegar House events booklet has this to say:

Thursday 4th June (6pm) Thursday 17th September (6pm)

Follow in the footsteps of your relatives with this tour of Tredegar House. There will be tales of the Morgan family and some of the servants. The tour will visit a variety of rooms in the House and some of its spectacular outbuildings. The tour will finish with a glass of wine in the Servant's Hall, where we will answer any questions that you may have, chat about your own families' connection with the House and listen to any of your family stories.
Adults £8.50 Concessions £7.50 (price includes a glass of wine)

Tickets can be booked via Tredegar House (01633 815880)

Other events that are popping up soon include:

Butler and Housekeeper Tours: Sunday 12th, 19th and 26th April (2.45pm) Step back in time to 1895 and allow the butler Mr Smith and the Housekeeper Mrs Williams, to take you on a tour 'Below Stairs' on the eve of a visit from the Prime Minister, Lord Salisbury.
Adults £8.50 Concessions £7.50 (price includes afternoon tea in the Brewhouse)

Easter Monday - A Traditional Easter at Tredegar House:
Monday 13th April. Stroll around Tredegar House at your own pace. Children's activities throughout the day including: an Easter Bonnet Parade hourly from noon; making traditional Easter cards; a quiz throughout the house including an Easter egg hunt. An egg for every child.
Doors open at 11am. Last entry at 4pm
Adults £4.00 Concessions £3.00 Children FREE

Plus, the House itself re-opens again for guided tours on Wednesday April 8th!
Tours run Wednesday-Sunday, starting at 11am, then hourly until 4pm.


helmutbooks said...

Dear Mr. Busby,
What happened to your bio of Evan Morgan that is listed in Evan's Wikipedia entry as having been published in 2007?

helmutbooks said...

Any response to my query, Mr. Busby?
appreciate, hs

Paul Busby said...

I'm awfully sorry. I missed your original question.

Wikipedia must be in error (probably not for the first time) the Evan Morgan biography was not published in 2007, but should finally see the light of day in the Autumn of this year.

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