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ONLINE TALK: Recent Research on Clarendon Park

This talk, by Rosalind Johnson, will discuss the latest research on Clarendon Park and the palace in the context of previous histories of the estate.

Clarendon Park, in south-east Wiltshire, is a former royal estate, esteemed by medieval kings for deer-hunting. The magnificent Clarendon Palace, now a ruin, was the setting for feasting and entertainment, but also for conducting serious matters of state. In the 17th century, Clarendon Park passed out of royal hands and became a private country estate.

Zoom webinar: The link is sent to ticket-holders on the day of the event, before 7pm.
There will be an opportunity to ask questions at the end of the talk.

Tickets and booking
Cost: £10 per screen. All proceeds to the Victoria County History Wiltshire Trust, who have organised this lecture.
Booking: essential via ONLINE link below.

Date and Time
Wednesday 26 June 2024, 7.30pm

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  • 26th June 2024
  • 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
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