Cyclists and music camp at Claverham
Saturday, August 27, 2011 at 8:10PM
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At the beginning of July, 28 cyclists set out from Bristol on cycling trip of the South West. Their first overnight stop was at Claverham and the evening included discussion on forms of environmental activism. They found the Meeting House a perfect setting for a thoughtful evening, followed by camping in the grounds as well as using the accommodation to its capacity.

A month later, the Meeting House and grounds were full to capacity again as the music camp organised by Pat and David Bass returned to Claverham for the fifth time. Claverham is the perfect setting for summer evenings of shared meals on the patio followed by Elgar, Debussy, Mozart or Haydn in the Meeting House.

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