Saturday 21 April
Visit the country home of the man who inspired Ransome to pursue a literary career, the textile designer, poet, novelist, and socialist activist William Morris. You can either go straight to Kelmscott Manor for 11.30, or meet by the river near The Trout Inn, Lechlade, GL7 3HA hour earlier to travel there on foot or even afloat – bring a canoe or rowing boat if you have one.
The Trout Inn has a camping field with just toilets & water – prices from £6 per night (also hard standing for camper vans – for more details please contact Paul by 18th April if you’d like to camp
Entrance prices for Kelmscott Manor are: Adults: £9.50 (£10.50 with Gift Aid), full-time students and children aged 5- 16 £5.50,(Junior TARS FREE! – paid by Midlands Region) with children under 5 getting free entry. There are also family tickets available. See www.sal.org.uk/kelmscott-manor for full details.
For further information about this event please contact Paul Green (see Signals or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org)
This is a Discovery Event for Junior TARS Log Books