An eye-opening visit to Wessex Archaeology
The Dining Room at Mompesson House, Wiltshire.
View from the half-landing showing the oak staircase in the Staircase Hall at Mompesson House, Salisbury, Wiltshire. Charles Longueville commissioned the plasterwork decoration in the 1740s.
The Large Drawing Room at Mompesson House, Salisbury, Wiltshire. The marble chimneypiece and overmantel, known collectively as a continued chimneypiece, was installed by Charles Longueville in the eighteenth-century.
Exquisite Mompesson House
A special tour and talk on ceramics from Rosemary Pemberton
The Cathedral generously opens its archives
Arundells opens its doors
A wonderful week. Thank you.