Come and look around the childhood home of Ralph Vaughan Williams on Sunday October 7th. Leith Hill Place is set in beautiful Surrey Countryside and is now looked after by the National Trust. Seeing the little piano he used in his writing of “The Lark Ascending” and looking at all other exhibits about his life can be a little tiring so please do relax with a cream tea then join me for a little classical guitar music between 2-4pm.
Parking is easy, follow signs to the Rhododendron Wood car park RH5 6LU . If you haven’t been to this part of Surrey before – I imagine you’ll love it! The top of the nearby Leith Hill Tower is the highest point in South East England and the rhododendron woods are lovely for a more gentle stroll.