Public Consultation Event
The Mary Roxburghe Trust, the charity created by Bamber Gascoigne in 2015, has exciting plans for the restoration and ongoing conservation of West Horsley Place, the historic Grade I listed Tudor house and gardens.
A public consultation was held on 7th May and the public were invited to view proposals for restoring the house and making West Horsley Place a vibrant centre for the visual and performing arts, the teaching of crafts and for special events. Not only will the plans breathe new life and purpose into these beautiful buildings, but they will enable the estate to become a cultural asset to East and West Horsley, accessible to the public for the first time.
On display were drawings and plans showing how this vision can be realised.
Exhibition display panels
Each of the panels on display in the exhibition may be downloaded in .pdf form below.
1. Introduction and Vision
2. Chronological understanding
3. The Owners of West Horsley Place
4. A concept for the Centre for the Learning of Arts and Crafts
5. A new chapter for the House
6. About the Mary Roxburghe Trust (includes timeline)
7. The planning and application in a nutshell
8. A vibrant centre (photos)
9. Heritage ‘at risk’ at West Horsley Place (photos)
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