Burnt Norton Gardens Literary Tour & Talk
Sat June 17 @ 2:30 pm - 4:00 pm BST| £20.00
A rare chance to visit the gardens at Burnt Norton, near Chipping Campden which inspired T S Eliot’s poem, the first of his Four Quartets.
Owner Lady Harrowby will lead a guided tour of the gardens and explain the extraordinary history of the estate, renamed Burnt Norton after a disastrous fire in 1741 where the owner, Sir William Keyt, perished in the flames which he himself had started.
Recommended reading before the visit: T S Eliot Four Quartets and Caroline Sandon Burnt Norton
Car parking available on site.
Tickets go on sale through the website at 10am on 11th March, and 1 week earlier (4th March) for Benefactors of the festival who qualify for Priority Booking.
You can become a Benefactor for as little as £50 and support our Outreach Projects in doing so, applications are now open.
Image © Fred Cholmeley 2009
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