Talks and debates
Who’s who of Hampton Court Palace?
500 years of history
What do a court jester, a political writer, a scientist, the “Queen’s dwarf”, and the leader of a social movement have in common? They all lived and worked at Hampton Court Palace! You’ve heard about Henry, you’ve read about Wren, now you can join our very special talks series, hosted by expert curators, historians and writers, to explore the fascinating, but lesser known, figures of Hampton Court’s 500 year history.
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Great Scout: who was Lady Baden-Powell?
Wednesday 25th November, 18.30-20.00
£15 / £12 HRP members
Lady Baden-Powell was actively involved in the scouting movement and during the First World War she began recruiting and organising Girl Guides in Sussex. She was known at Hampton Court for her entertaining and, with the aid of her ‘Home Office’ staff, Baden-Powell hosted regular lunches. Join this talk as we explore the determination of this intriguing character despite a backdrop of war and personal turmoil.
Lucinda Hawksley, author, art historian and public speaker
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