Win 1 of 4, a Gold Pass to Treasure Houses of England
Enter now for your chance to win a Gold Pass for two to visit all ten Treasure Houses of England worth £300. We have four passes to giveaway.
The Treasure Houses of England are ten of the most magnificent palaces, houses and castles in England today. The members are: Beaulieu, Blenheim Palace, Burghley House, Castle Howard, Chatsworth, Harewood, Hatfield House, Holkham Hall, Leeds Castle and Woburn Abbey.
In which of the Treasure Houses was the custom of taking afternoon tea said to have originated in the 1840s?
ANSWER; Woburn Abbey
The quintessential English tradition of Afternoon Tea is said to have been started around 1840 by Duchess Anna Maria, wife of the 7th Duke of Bedford, who entertained her friends in the Blue Drawing Room at Woburn Abbey.
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A Gold Pass is valid for two people for one entry to each of the ten Treasure Houses. Prizes are not transferrable and are valid for a standard house and garden visit only. Prize tickets must be presented on arrival. Houses have varying opening hours and season. Please check the website for latest information. Passes are valid until 30/10/2014. Prizes are not valid for Bank Holiday weekends or at special events.
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