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Chartwell Activities: Painting, Landscaping & More News and events From Sir Winston's beloved country house

Chartwell-HDR8001On Saturday and Sunday, 21-22 September, Churchill’s home in Westerham, Kent hosts a two-day event exploring how the landscape of Chartwell provided a source of mental and spiritual refreshment before and during the war.  David Coombs, the author of Sir Winston Churchill’s Life Through His Paintings, will discuss how Churchill came to take up the brush and the important artists and events that inspired him. Stephan Buczacki, author of Churchill and Chartwell, will reveal how Churchill changed the landscape of Chartwell to reflect his vision and to provide a place of solace and respite during the wilderness years.

The Chartwell Branch of the Churchill Centre has published its newsletter for September: CBN_32pdf.pdf

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