Join the Provincial Executive and the Festival Team from the Province of Gloucestershire Freemasons for a relaxing afternoon in the stunning gardens of Highnam Court for a charity fundraising event. Enjoy strawberries and cream with a glass of bubbly between strolling through the gardens, enjoying a family picnic in sumptuous surroundings with fine musical entertainment and of course visiting the bar. Highnam Court (just 2 miles west of Gloucester) is a Grade I listed mansion built in 1658 and surrounded by fine landscaped gardens, including four lakes, rockeries, a fernery, knot garden, a one acre rose garden and fine lawns. It was once the home of Sir Hubert Parry, the composer of "Jerusalem" and the present owner has restored the Victorian gardens and increased their size to 40 acres. The address is Highnam Court, Highnam, Gloucester GL2 8DP www.highnamcourt.co.uk
As usual, all classic vehicle drivers and passengers will enjoy free entry along with the now infamous strawberries, cream and bubbly. Please arrive before 12:00 if possible.
If you are able to attend, please email John Slade at email@example.com to advise the following (he assumes 1 driver and 1 passenger unless you advise otherwise):
No of passengers:
So far 101 vehicles are booked in, with several from the TR Register Brunel Group - what a fantastic selection of vehicles!