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Sunday, 10 February 2013

Kingsweston House - Jewel in Bristol's crown!


One of those constituency visits that really makes you realise how lucky we are to live in Bristol. Every time I go to Kings Weston House I am amazed that, unobtrusively majestic in Bristol's suburbs, is a house of real historic significance. The House and Grounds have thankfully been the focus of Kings Weston Action Group

Now, under new ownership , there is an exciting regeneration and restoration programme planned for one of Bristol's most beautiful buildings. And for anyone looking to escape the hustle and bustle of daily life, or looking for a new place to walk the dog, Kings Weston House grounds are a real escape, with a lovely tea-room / cafe to replenish energies at the end of a good walk!

For more information on how to get involved, contact Kings Weston Action Group, or find them on Facebook.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

So pleased to hear that Kings Weston is being restored to its former magnificence. I have very fond memories of it when it was a school and what a wonderful place it was with its amazing hanging staircase and beautiful rooms. I had previously been at nursery school at 'The House in the Garden'and remember that with great fondness also. My friend lived in the house edging the pond and we had many happy times exploring the wonderful gardens.
I look forward to it being available to the public and can't wait to see it again.