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Issue No. 67 [Back Issues]
25th October 2005

This Week - [Sea Cadets Light Beacon - Pink for Cancer Care - Business As Usual at the Hope - Archbishop at St. Frances]
[Ross-on-Wye Celebrate the 200th Anniversary of the Battle of Trafalgar - What's in an Acronym?]
[Ugandan Help from Whitchurch Primary - Rugby - Nature Watch - Heritage Centre at Half Term]
[A Look Inside Rudhall Manor]
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A look inside Rudhall Manor

I have been asked many times in the past by visitors to Wyenot.com about Rudhall Manor but until last Friday, when I went there to photograph Joyce and John as Lord Nelson and Lady Hamilton, I was not even sure exactly where it was.

Rudhall Manor is currently the home of Councillor Harry Bramer but having been the home of Lord Ashburton and more recently, Sir John Harvey-Jones and having been visited and written about by Lord Nelson and Lady Hamilton, the country house has a fantastic history, which I am only just beginning to discover. As I eventually find out more information I will publish it but for now, below are some of the photographs I took last Friday both inside and outside of Rudhall Manor.

I have also included a photograph of the currently topical Rudhall Brook which is taken from an unusual angle, in the grounds of the property. The lakes in Rudhall Manor grounds were designed by Sir Peter Scott.

I would like to thank Councillor Harry Bramer for accommodating our small party on Friday. The party included John and Iris Price, Joyce Thomas OBE, Jo Scriven of the Ross Gazette and myself. Thank you for showing us around your fantastic home and for allowing me to take these photographs.

More photographs of Rudhall Manor can be seen in the gallery.


Rudhall Manor. Ref: DSC_1265

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The room in which Lady Hamilton slept, with a door leading to Lord Nelson's room. Ref: DSC_1207

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A small room in Rudhall Manor. Ref: DSC_1210

Beautiful oak panelled corridors. Ref: DSC_1223

An unusual view of Rudhall Brook in the grounds of Rudhall Manor. Ref: DSC_1261

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