Hertbeats organises a variety of outings to stately homes, tourist attractions and other interesting places around the country. Participants are transported by coach and are collected and returned the same day at two locations in St Albans: The Ridgeway in Marshalswick and the ‘Three Hammers’ in Chiswell Green.
For more information contact Michael Utteridge, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Next Outing is
Ham House, Richmond
Wednesday, 13th May 2020
Ham House is situated on the banks of the Thames in Richmond. It is a rare and atmospheric 17th Century house which is claimed by the National Trust to be “unique in Europe as the most complete survival of fashion and power”.
Recent Hertbeats outings have included the following:
September 2019: Polesden Lacey, one of the National Trust’s most popular properties, the house is set in grounds of 1,400 acres.
April 2019: Imperial War Museum at Duxford
May 2019: There were two different locations: The Vyne near Basingstoke which is a National Trust property originally dating back to the time of Henry VIII and a guided tour round the Bombay Sapphire distillery in Laverstoke.
June 2019: The Bluebell Railway line and Borde Hill Gardens, both near Haywards Heath
July 2019: Hever Castle in the village of Hever in Kent.
Photographs of past visits
A record of a few of the popular visits organised by Hertbeats for its members