Talk: The Red House, Bexleyheath

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We hope you can join us for our next talk: at 2:30pm, 18th March at Charlton House we’ll be finding out more about the Red House. The Red House was commissioned and lived in by William Morris, the founder of the Arts and Crafts movement and is now preserved as a National Trust property. It is a monument to Morris’s ideas and his art, and can be found in Bexleyheath, not too far from us in Charlton.

We’re delighted that Robyn Finney – the House and Gardens Manager at the Red House – will be joining us to tell us more about the house and we hope we’ll see you there.

We’ll also be displaying information on the Charlton Riverside masterplan – please do join us if you’d like to find out more.

 

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