Autumn visits provide unique experiences for members

CLA East recently held events at spectacular locations in the region
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CLA East would like to thank all members who attended our recent autumn visits. These included trips to spectacular locations which provided unique and informative days out.

In Essex, members enjoyed a tour of Ingatestone Hall, a sixteenth-century manor house built by Sir William Petre, Secretary of State to four Tudor monarchs. The day included an industry update from CLA Vice President Victoria Vyvyan.

Knebworth Estates was the location for the CLA autumn visit in Hertfordshire, with members having the opportunity to explore the spectacular Deer Park and hear from CLA Deputy President Mark Tufnell.

CLA President Mark Bridgeman joined two sold-out visits to Dyson Farming which provided an opportunity to go behind the scenes of the agricultural company owned by Sir James Dyson and his family.

Visits to Chippenham Park in Cambridgeshire and Helmingham Hall in Suffolk concluded the autumn visits for the year.

CLA East Regional Director Cath Crowther said:

“It has been an absolute delight to be out and about meeting our members again and visiting some wonderful venues. I would like to thank everyone who joined us during these visits, the sponsors who supported the days, and our hosts who made each visit so special.”