Press Photo Ground Of Chartwell manor Open to Public Crowds Take Tea
Many visitors took advantage of the opportunity of seeing the grounds of Chartwell Manor. Here are some of them taking tea in the corner of the grounds where a refreshment stand was erected.
Grounds of Chartwell are opened to the Public; Thousands of people took advantage of the opportunity to see the 82 acre grounds of Chartwell Manor, Westereham, Kent, the beautiful home of Mr. Winston Churchill which was opened to the public. The gates were open between 10 am. and 7 pm. and many visitors came by special coach exclusions. Entry fee was 2s and all proceeds went to the Y.W.C.A. of which Mrs, Churchill is Vice President. An open air refreshment stand was set up in a corner of the grounds and visitors took tea at tables under striped umbrellas. Most of the attendants, stewards and guides were volunteers. Although visitors were not able to go into the house, they got excellent views of it from the grounds.
Photo measures 8.5 x 9.75 inches.
Photo is dated --0000.
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