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The History of Coley Park House and estate

The History of Coley Park House and estate

Price: £5.00


The history of Coley Park House and estate

with Katie Amos and Mike Cooper

‘Grand Houses’ Talk series

Thursday 11th April 2.00-4.00 pm

First talk of five

Coley Park House, Reading, in its various iterations has a rich and varied history. The Tudor Manor House was built by the staunchly Catholic Vachell family. Its Georgian replacement, once set in landscaped parkland, would be taken over by The Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food after the Second World War.

For attendees wishing to do some family research whilst visiting the Centre, the research zone computers will be open from 1 pm

includes tea or coffee and cake

Venue: Berkshire Family History Society
The Centre for Heritage and Family History
2nd Floor, Reading Central Library
Abbey Square
Reading
Berkshire, RG1 3BQ

TICKETS £5 (members £4), or book all five talks in the series for £20 (members £16).
Members can obtain a discount using the appropriate coupon code to be found in their current Berkshire Family Historian.

The other talks in the Grand Houses series will take place on 25th April, 9th May, 23rd May and 8th June.

Advanced booking is highly recommended, but you can pay at the door (subject to availability).
Please contact the booking administrator with any queries.







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