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Free Tea and Coffee for Private Groups – October 2015

Free tea and coffee for any private group of up to 30 people

Leah Romaniello

Charleston offers private group visits Wednesday to Saturday outside public opening hours. Usually they take place in the morning, but we can accommodate evening tours by special arrangement.*

Charleston will be offering free tea and coffee to any private group of up to 30 people, who book the following dates in October.

This is a limited offer and only available on the selected dates below. 

  • 14th October 2015 (Please call  01323 811 626.)
  • 16th October  2015 (Please call  01323 811 626.)
  • 17th October 2015  (Please call  01323 811 626.)
  • 24th October 2015 (Please call  01323 811 626.)
  • 28th October 2015 (Please call  01323 811 626.)
  • 30th October 2015 (Please call  01323 811 626.)
  • 31st October 2015 (Please call  01323 811 626.)

For more information, or to book a private group session, please call the visitor team at (01323 811 626.)-

All group visits are led by our experienced guides. Groups of up to 50 people can be accommodated, depending on time and date availability. We offer a choice of tours to appeal to different interests – for moreinformation, please see our Group Visit Leaflet.

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