Association of Oxford University Pensioners

Plastow's Travel

Chartwell and Quebec House

Chartwell (house, gardens and Studio) was Winston Churchill’s home and inspiration from 1924 to the end of his life. Quebec House, the childhood home of General James Wolfe, is a sixteenth-century gabled house.

Date: Wednesday 10 August 2011
Open to: Social Members of AOUP only (with maximum of one guest per member)
Booking: Please book via the form sent out with Newsletter 42
Closing date for booking: 8 July 2011
Cost: Cost £16 (£31) per AOUP social member, £18 (£34) per guest
(brackets show prices without National Trust membership)
Bus pick up: 8.00am at Pusey House, Oxford
8.15am at Water Eaton Park & Ride
Return:   Around 6.00pm at Water Eaton Park & Ride
Leader: Colin Snowdon
Please contact the leader if you are unable to take up your place on the visit
Refreshments: Food is not included in the cost. There is a restaurant, or bring a packed lunch to eat in the grounds of Chartwell.