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VISIT TO KNOLE HOUSE - Wednesday 21 September 2022
Knole is a National Trust country house situated within Knole Park, a 1,000-acre estate and Kent’s last mediaeval deer park. The house, constructed in the Jacobean style, ranks in the top five of England’s largest houses. Originally built as an archbishop’s palace, Knole has passed through royalty via Henry VIII down through 400 years of the Sackville family, who still live there today.
For more details of the visit and for the application form, click on the two Knole items in the Attachments Panel further down this page.