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Hockley Residents Association monthly meetings are held at Greensward Academy room GG27 in the Creative Arts Block next to the main car park on every 2nd Tuesday of each month at 19.30hrs.

Thursday 14th September – Euston Hall & Bury St. Edmunds.

Euston first appears in the Domesday
Book in 1087 as a manor belonging to the abbey at Bury St. Edmunds. The estate, in near ruin, was
purchased in 1666 by Henry Bennett, The Earl of Arlington. The property was inherited in 1685 by his
daughter and son-in-law, the first duke and Duchess of Grafton. In the 1740's their son decided to remodel
the house and the domes were replaced with low pyramid roofs which can be seen today. It remained
largely unchanged until the south and west wings were consumed by a disastrous fire in 1902, and although
rebuilt, in 1952 the Hall became unmanageable and these were demolished. The Park was designed by
William Kent. Several weirs and pools originally designed by Capability Brown, were restored in 2013 to
their former glory. The pleasure grounds were laid out by John Evelyn, a celebrated landscape gardener.
We will have lunch in Bury St. Edmunds and in the afternoon a Guided Tour of the Abbey Gardens.

Thursday 26th October – Broughton Castle & Sulgrave Manor.

Broughton Castle is one of the most
beautiful historic houses in Oxfordshire. It stands on an island site surrounded by a 3-acre moat. It has
lovely walled gardens within the moat. We will buy lunch in Banbury before going on to Sulgrave Manor.
Sulgrave Manor was built by Lawrence Washington, a wealthy wool merchant, in the middle of the 16th
Century. The Manor remained the family for 120 years, and it was towards the end of this time that John
Washington made an epic voyage to the Colony of Virginia to found a dynasty there which resulted in
America's most famous son and the father of the nation being born in 1732. You will hear the story of the
house from the guides.

Sunday 3rd & 4th December – Salisbury & Winchester Christmas Markets.

This is an overnight stay at
the 4* Mercure White Hart Hotel in the heart of Salisbury. A chance to visit the Christmas Markets and, for
those who'd like to, Choral Evensong at the Cathedral. Includes a scenic drive through the beautiful Test
Valley. For further information please ask Brian for a separate sheet.

We pick up at various places between Rochford and Rayleigh



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