Sunday Lunch & Sculpture Park – Postponed until next year TBA
18 October 2020
A scenic run to the Bell & Dragon, Churt followed by a visit to The Sculpture Park
At Hartley Wintney Car Park,
Monachus Lane, Hartley Wintney, Hook, RG27 8NN
Organised by: Steven Polden
We will meet in the car park at Hartley Wintney at 10am for a 10.15 departure for a run of about 40 miles arriving at the Bell & Dragon, Jumps Road, Farnham, GU10 2LD at about noon ready to eat at 12.30.
The Bell & Dragon offer a Sunday Roast for £19.00 or have a A La Carte Menu available.
After our Sunday Lunch we cross the road and visit The Sculpture Park which is £10 pp entry (concessions for over 65's). The park closes at 5pm.
We have made a reservation for 24 people at the Bell & Dragon and nearer the time we will request a deposit of £10pp and forward both menus so that we can pre-order.
The Sculpture Park is Britain's most eclectic & atmospheric sculpture exhibition, and has been delighting those who discover it for over 15 years. The park have over 300 renowned and emerging artists showcasing over 650 modern and contemporary sculptures. Situated outdoors, over a 2 mile woodland trail. There is also a smaller indoor gallery on-site at the park with more work available to view. Most of the collection is available to buy, and collectors travel from all corners of the globe all year round to view their unique and stunning collection of works.
Set within the the Surrey Hills with over two miles of paths meandering through mixed heathland and woodland in a natural valley enhanced by three lakes fed by two natural springs, the park is one of Surrey's hidden gems.
Britain's most atmospheric sculpture park showcasing one of the world's finest and most extensive collections of 20th century, modern and contemporary sculpture for sale.
Look who's coming: Barry & Jenny, Avis & Tim, Steve & Nikki, Mike & Lynda Heelis, Kevin Warwick , David Hankin
There are 12 people coming.
There are 12 places available.
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