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Southwell Minster & Workhouse
Thu 21st July 2016
Southwell Minster is one of the finest Cathedrals in Europe with the world renowned Chapter House. The Archbishops Palace dates from the 14th Century and its most famous occupant was Cardinal Wolsey. Southwell Workhouse was built in 1824 as a place of last resort for the poor and needy. Learn about the daily routine for those who lived and worked here in the 1840’s. There is a free audioguide.
Cost of the coach is £15. Entry to the workhouse is £7.60, but is FREE for National Trust Members – please remember to bring your card.
Please note: The coach will leave Market Harborough Bus Station at 9am.