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The first Tudor Garden on this site was thought to have been constructed on the orders of Thomas Seymour, brother of Henry VIII’s third wife Jane Seymour. He was created Baron Seymour of Sudeley in 1547… Read more
In 1899 Edmund Byng and his wife Mary, Viscount and Viscountess Enfield, were responsible for setting up the Middlesex Branch of the Soldiers and sailors Help Society (SSHS), a national organization set up to help servicemen returning from the Boer War… Read more
The Historic Houses Archivists Group (HHAG) exists to encourage the best possible care, preservation and awareness of privately owned family and estate archives. This is achieved through regular meetings of HHAG Archivists, but also through collaboration in many guises.
John D’Arcy of Fonthill Estate and Derek Maddock of Sudeley Castle have collaborated on the art collection (at Sudeley)… Read more