Tour of Steane Park

Led by Steane Estate Gardener.
Tuesday 7th July at 6pm.
Fee £7.50 (including refreshments)
Visit takes 2 hours.

In the 17th century Steane Park was the home of Sir Thomas Crewe, speaker of the House of Commons. Sold by the Spencer family in1890 it became
dilapidated and overgrown. Now the home of Sir Michael and Lady Connell it has been beautifully restored and features to be seen are The Monet Bridge, the Moon Gate and the Folly.

Meet at Steane car park. Steane is situated on the A422 two miles north of Brackley (NN13 6DP)

Further information from Peter Mackness on 01295 768300


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