Thirty supporters enjoyed a tour of Combermere Abbey in Whitchurch, Cheshire. The event raised £300.
A former Cistercian monastery, Combermere Abbey was founded in the 12th century by Hugh de Malbank, Lord of Nantwich. It has a rich history and has seen many changes over the years, including impressive 19th century gothic extensions. During the second world war, the abbey was used as an evacuee girls’ school.
The tour was organised by Cheshire committee member John Parkin, who hosted a lunch at his home before the tour began. The ladies from the committee catered for the guests.
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