Join us at Sezincote Manor to enjoy drinks and canapés in the spectacular Orangery surrounded by Sezincote's magnificent gardens.
Friends, Museum Volunteers and their guests are invited to gather at Sezincote Manor for canapés by CotswoldCanapés and drinks which will be served in the Orangery. We will have sole use of the Orangery and the magnificent gardens for the duration of our Party.
Many of you will know Sezincote and will relish an opportunity to re-visit but for those of you who do not, Sezincote was built in the Mogul style between 1805 and 1807 by Charles Cockerell whose brother, Colonel John Cockerell, returned from service in Bengal in 1795 and acquired the estate. The Prince of Wales visited in 1807 and is said to have been inspired to build the Brighton Pavilion in a similar style. It is thought that Sezincote is the only Mogul building surviving in Western Europe.
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