The Grange and St Augustine’s Abbey, Ramsgate

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10.42am
Train departs for Ramsgate

12.30am
Lunch at the Churchill Tavern

2.00pm
Visit to the Grange with Catriona Blaker

The Grange, built on the cliff tops overlooking the sea, was built by A.W.N. Pugin for his own use between 1843 and 1844. The house exemplifies his theories of planning and decoration, and the surviving fireplaces, encaustic tiles, stained glass, panelling and painted ceilings, reveal his original exuberant schemes. The house was modified by his son, Edward and remained in the Pugin family until 1928.

3.00pm
Visit to St Augustine’s Church, Ramsgate

At Augustine Church, with its delicate stained glass and beautiful carving, was designed and built by Pugin between 1845-1852 according to his true principles of Christian architecture.

 3.15pm
Visit to St. Augustine’s, Ramsgate

St Augustine Church, with its delicate stained glass and beautiful carving, was designed and built by Pugin between 1845-1852 according to his true principles of Christian architecture.

5.05pm
Train departs for London arriving at 6.22pm

Meeting Place
St Pancras  Station