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Wednesday 22 September

Attingham Park NT

We will be staying fairly local for our first post lockdown outing and visiting the magnificent mansion and estate at Attingham Park, near Shrewsbury. The mansion was built in 1785 for the 1st Baron Berwick, and remained in the family until the death of the childless 8th Baron Berwick in 1947, when it was gifted to the National Trust. The house is surrounded by 200 acres of parkland, with many attractive walks. Depending on any Covid-related protocols that the property may have in place at the time, we may be issued with timed tickets for entry to the mansion.


We will be leaving Dorridge at 09.45 and Solihull at 10.00. There will be NO comfort stop in either direction. We hope to be back in Solihull by about 17.30. If you need the use of the buggy to get from the coach to the mansion, please put this on your booking form.


Please note that this outing will only happen if there are no significant Covid-related restrictions. Your cheques will not be banked until it is certain that the outing is going ahead.

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