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tea in the hopsital ward 1932 Another National Trust property which we had never managed to get to before, this time the Sandham Memorial Chapel in Burghclere, Hampshire. 'Stanley Spencer's most famous work and arguably his greatest achievement' can be seen in a small chapel built by the Behrend family to commemorate Henry Willoughby Sandham (d. 1919). Any lingering grumbles about the Trust vanished: the Chapel is beautifully looked after, completely unspoilt and the curator inside was unobtrusive and helpful. And the garden was an unmown meadow and there was a sweet collection of plants outside. 'Tea in the Hospital Ward' 1932 is on the righthand side as you come in. More detail here.

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