Agreement has been reached on the purchase of one of the finest houses in Britain, Wentworth Woodhouse.
Both pledges and donations are welcome in helping in the great task ahead: completing the purchase and restoration of Wentworth Woodhouse. Modest sums will show the numbers of people supporting our cause, and large sums will carry us towards
Wentworth Woodhouse is a Grade I listed country house in South Yorkshire, with the longest façade of any country house in England. It stands in 83 acres of gardens and grounds and has extensive views over former parkland including a
The scheme for Wentworth Woodhouse proposed by the WWPT has four main elements: 1. Public opening of the main interiors and gardens. 2. Catering and events. This would be situated in the north wing using the former student refectory as
Sir Simon Jenkins
"This is far and away the most important historic house currently at risk. It is unthinkable that it should be allowed to fall into serious decay or not be open to visitors on a regular basis."
Marcus Binney CBE
This is the most important historic building at risk in Britain today.