Tuesday, 24 May 2016


Went to the lovely Croome Court (Worcester) on Sunday. A recent member of the National Trust. With lovely ground designed by Capability Brown, this 18th Century house are undergoing major work at the moment. Meanwhile you can enjoy some assigned art and the history of the Earls of Coventry. There is also a small RAF exhibition on the premises. The Croome Court was used for military purposes during World War II.

The grounds looked lovely this time of the year with the flowering fields in white and yellow.

The house is currently the home of some assigned art. This piece is inspired by some chairs that was originally designed in the 18th century for this house. More below.

All about the chairs...
The estate was own by the Harikhristnans movement for a period of time during the 1980s. They painted the original white plaster boards in striking colours. I must say I like it...why not visit they also have a orangery and a canteen serving lovely cakes and roasts. www.nationaltrust.com

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