Friends of Hinchingbrooke House (FHH) Dinner and Talk - Sunday 3rd February
The FHH warmly invite you all (and guests) to their annual talk and dinner (details below). The talk will be given by Roger Mitchell (ex-Hisotry teacher, curator and head of sixth form at Hinchingbrooke, now a lecturer on country houses). He will be looking at the crisis faced by country houses after WWII, explaining how Hinchingbrooke went from being the home of the Montagus to a school. He is an excellent speaker and it promises to be a fascinating talk. The talk is followed by dinner in the Assembly Room with topical readings between courses.
If you would like to attend, please complete the booking form attached and return it to the Treasurer at the given address
Crisis for the Country House, 1945-65
Sunday 3rd February, 6.00 for 6.30pm in the Library of the House, followed by dinner in the Assembly Room
Cost is £23 per head: three course meal with tea/coffee. Cash bar available.