Wednesday, 20 August 2014


Visit to Knole House Sevenoaks Kent TN15 0RP


This Kent meeting was arranged by Harry Rogers.

Knole House is a National Trust property located right in the centre of the Sevenoaks. They have an ancient breed of deer that appear not to be afraid of humans. It is well worth a visit, the house and grounds are amazing.







Whilst we were setting up I noticed a WCT blue top and it belonged to Mrs David Batchelor (chairman of the HOWE committee) who volunteers on a regular basis.

David joined us later on and is seen here chatting to Terry Jones who was displaying and making some very fine walking sticks.





 



Early on Graham Aslett was repairing a seat using a petrol driven drill, I want one!












Graham has a great tine cutting machine – designed to entertain the kids.














Harry Rogers deep in discussion with David. They both live very close by.

Well thank you Harry for the invitation to such a stunning location right in the centre of Sevenoaks.





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