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Putting the house to bed (Greenway)

An event in November in Devon
Greenway
Brixham
Devon
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Event timing: Mid-November
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Join us for a tour of Greenway and find out about the work take takes place after the doors close for the winter. Learn from our expert team all about the preventive conservation that allows us to care for our unique collection; and maybe pick up some handy, eco-friendly household tips along the way! The tour will be followed by a delicious two-course meal served at your table in the evocative setting of the House Kitchen.

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