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SUN 21 SEP

Architectural History of Leith Hill Place

Leith Hill - National Trust, Dorking

Run by: Leith Hill - National Trust

A talk on the history of Leith Hill.

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Local historian, Pat Newberry, gives a fascinating and engaging insight into the origins of the house from the 1600s to today.

This talk is informal and no tickets are required, but as a courtesy to the speaker and other visitors, we would prefer you stay for the duration of the talk. you may ask questions at the end of the talk.

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Various Times

This activity runs at these times:

  1. Sun 21 Sep 13:45–14:45
  2. 15:15–16:15

Cost

Normal admission charges apply. Adult: £4.00, Child: £2.00.

Information about this activity is provided by Culture24

Venue

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Leith Hill - National Trust

Leith Hill, Dorking, RH5 6LY

About this location

Woodland and open heath with Leith Hill Tower commanding extensive views. The highest point in south-east England, the Show more… hill is crowned by an 18th-century Gothic tower, with panoramic views northwards to London and the English Channel to the south. There are colourful displays of rhododendrons and bluebells in May and June. Rugged countryside provides exhilarating walking in woodland and over heathland and farmland.Show less…

Woodland and open heath with Leith Hill Tower commanding extensive views. The highest point in south-east England, the hill is crowned by an 18th-century Gothic tower, with panoramic views northwards to London and the English Channel to the south. There are colourful displays of rhododendrons and bluebells in May and June. Rugged countryside provides exhilarating walking in woodland and over heathland and farmland.

Contact

This activity is organised and run by Leith Hill - National Trust.

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