Hampton Gay commemoration event!

We had a lovely time hosting an afternoon reception on Wednesday 18th October at Hampton Gay ruin. The event was to commemorate the conservation work we have been doing here, and a great chance to get up close to this monument.

In 1887 Hampton Gay manor was gutted by fire and has never been restored, it remained as an ivy-clad ruin. Today, the manor is a Grade II listed building and a scheduled monument.

We would like to thank Lex Marquee Hire for their wonderful marquee and accessories, Whitehouse Event Crockery for the beautiful crockery and cutlery, and Atlanta Thompson for the incredibly delicious food (all locally produced at their farm on site)

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