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Chartwell was the principal adult home of Sir Winston Churchill. Churchill and his wife Clementine bought the property, located two miles south of Westerham, Kent, England, in 1922. Extensive renovations simplifying and modernising the home were undertaken directly, completely transforming it when complete. When it became clear to the Churchills in 1946 that they could not afford to run the property, a consortium of wealthy businessmen organised by Lord Camrose purchased the estate. The arrangement was that for payment of nominal rent both Sir Winston and Lady Churchill would have the right to live there until they both died, at which point the property would be presented to the National Trust.When Sir Winston died in 1965, Clementine decided to present Chartwell to the National Trust immediately. Architecture Building Exterior Built Structure Chartwell City Day Detached House Garden History House Kent No People Outdoors Residential Building Sky Tourism Tourist Attraction  Travel Destinations Traveling Tree Vivid International Westerham Winston Churchill
Chartwell was the principal adult home of Sir Winston Churchill. Churchill and his wife Clementine bought the property, located two miles south of Westerham, Kent, England, in 1922. Extensive renovations simplifying and modernising the home were undertaken directly, completely transforming it when complete. When it became clear to the Churchills in 1946 that they could not afford to run the property, a consortium of wealthy businessmen organised by Lord Camrose purchased the estate. The arrangement was that for payment of nominal rent both Sir Winston and Lady Churchill would have the right to live there until they both died, at which point the property would be presented to the National Trust.When Sir Winston died in 1965, Clementine decided to present Chartwell to the National Trust immediately. Architecture Building Exterior Built Structure Chartwell Day Garden History House Ivy Kent Low Angle View No People Outdoors Sky Tourism Tourist Attraction  Travel Destinations Traveling Vivid International Westerham Winston Churchill
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Chartwell Gardens Westerham Kent.Chartwell was the principal adult home of Sir Winston Churchill. Churchill and his wife Clementine bought the property, located two miles south of Westerham, Kent, England, in 1922. Extensive renovations simplifying and modernising the home were undertaken directly, completely transforming it when complete. When it became clear to the Churchills in 1946 that they could not afford to run the property, a consortium of wealthy businessmen organised by Lord Camrose purchased the estate. The arrangement was that for payment of nominal rent both Sir Winston and Lady Churchill would have the right to live there until they both died, at which point the property would be presented to the National Trust.When Sir Winston died in 1965, Clementine decided to present Chartwell to the National Trust immediately. Beauty In Nature Branch Chartwell CHURCHILL Day DUKE  Estate Farm Garden Green Color Growth History House Kent National Trust Nature No People Outdoors Sky Tourism Travel Travel Destinations Tree Vivid International Winston Churchill
Chartwell was the principal adult home of Sir Winston Churchill. Churchill and his wife Clementine bought the property, located two miles south of Westerham, Kent, England, in 1922. Extensive renovations simplifying and modernising the home were undertaken directly, completely transforming it when complete. When it became clear to the Churchills in 1946 that they could not afford to run the property, a consortium of wealthy businessmen organised by Lord Camrose purchased the estate. The arrangement was that for payment of nominal rent both Sir Winston and Lady Churchill would have the right to live there until they both died, at which point the property would be presented to the National Trust.When Sir Winston died in 1965, Clementine decided to present Chartwell to the National Trust immediately. Renovations Architecture Black Swan Building Exterior Built Structure Chartwell CHURCHILL Farm History Kent National Trust No People Outdoors Plant The Past Tourism Tourist Attraction  Travel Travel Destinations Traveling Travelling Tree Vivid International Westerham Winston Churchill
Chartwell was the principal adult home of Sir Winston Churchill. Churchill and his wife Clementine bought the property, located two miles south of Westerham, Kent, England, in 1922. Extensive renovations simplifying and modernising the home were undertaken directly, completely transforming it when complete. When it became clear to the Churchills in 1946 that they could not afford to run the property, a consortium of wealthy businessmen organised by Lord Camrose purchased the estate. The arrangement was that for payment of nominal rent both Sir Winston and Lady Churchill would have the right to live there until they both died, at which point the property would be presented to the National Trust.When Sir Winston died in 1965, Clementine decided to present Chartwell to the National Trust immediately. Renovations Architecture Black Swan Building Exterior Built Structure Chartwell CHURCHILL Farm Grass House Kent National Trust No People Outdoors Sky Tourism Tourist Attraction  Travel Travel Destinations Traveling Travelling Tree Vivid International Westerham Winston Churchill
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Chartwell was the principal adult home of Sir Winston Churchill. Churchill and his wife Clementine bought the property, located two miles south of Westerham, Kent, England, in 1922. Extensive renovations simplifying and modernising the home were undertaken directly, completely transforming it when complete. When it became clear to the Churchills in 1946 that they could not afford to run the property, a consortium of wealthy businessmen organised by Lord Camrose purchased the estate. The arrangement was that for payment of nominal rent both Sir Winston and Lady Churchill would have the right to live there until they both died, at which point the property would be presented to the National Trust.When Sir Winston died in 1965, Clementine decided to present Chartwell to the National Trust immediately. Architecture Building Exterior Built Structure Chartwell Garden Grass Green Color History House Ivy Kent Lord Camrose National Trust Nature No People Plant Tourism Tourist Attraction  Travel Travel Destinations Tree Vivid Colours  Vivid International Westerham Winston Churchill
Chartwell was the principal adult home of Sir Winston Churchill. Churchill and his wife Clementine bought the property, located two miles south of Westerham, Kent, England, in 1922. Extensive renovations simplifying and modernising the home were undertaken directly, completely transforming it when complete. When it became clear to the Churchills in 1946 that they could not afford to run the property, a consortium of wealthy businessmen organised by Lord Camrose purchased the estate. The arrangement was that for payment of nominal rent both Sir Winston and Lady Churchill would have the right to live there until they both died, at which point the property would be presented to the National Trust.When Sir Winston died in 1965, Clementine decided to present Chartwell to the National Trust immediately. Architecture Building Exterior Built Structure Chartwell City Clear Sky Day Garden Growth History Ivy Kent No People Outdoors Plant Sky Tourism Tourist Attraction  Travel Destinations Traveling Tree Vivid International Westerham Winston Churchill
Chartwell was the principal adult home of Sir Winston Churchill. Churchill and his wife Clementine bought the property, located two miles south of Westerham, Kent, England, in 1922. Extensive renovations simplifying and modernising the home were undertaken directly, completely transforming it when complete. When it became clear to the Churchills in 1946 that they could not afford to run the property, a consortium of wealthy businessmen organised by Lord Camrose purchased the estate. The arrangement was that for payment of nominal rent both Sir Winston and Lady Churchill would have the right to live there until they both died, at which point the property would be presented to the National Trust.When Sir Winston died in 1965, Clementine decided to present Chartwell to the National Trust immediately. Renovations Animal Themes Animal Wildlife Animals In The Wild Bird Black Swan Chartwell CHURCHILL Day Farm Kent Lake National Trust Nature Swimming Tourism Tourist Attraction  Travel Travel Destinations Traveling Travelling Vivid International Water Westerham Winston Churchill
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Chartwell was the principal adult home of Sir Winston Churchill. Churchill and his wife Clementine bought the property, located two miles south of Westerham, Kent, England, in 1922. Extensive renovations simplifying and modernising the home were undertaken directly, completely transforming it when complete. When it became clear to the Churchills in 1946 that they could not afford to run the property, a consortium of wealthy businessmen organised by Lord Camrose purchased the estate. The arrangement was that for payment of nominal rent both Sir Winston and Lady Churchill would have the right to live there until they both died, at which point the property would be presented to the National Trust.When Sir Winston died in 1965, Clementine decided to present Chartwell to the National Trust immediately. Architecture Building Exterior Built Structure Chartwell Day Garden Grass House Ivy Kent Lord Camrose Low Angle View National Trust Nature No People Outdoors Sky Tourism Tourist Attraction  Travel Travel Destinations Vivid Colours  Vivid International Westerham Winston Churchill
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Gunnera Manicata Chartwell Gardens Westerham Kent.Chartwell was the principal adult home of Sir Winston Churchill. Churchill and his wife Clementine bought the property, located two miles south of Westerham, Kent, England, in 1922. Extensive renovations simplifying and modernising the home were undertaken directly, completely transforming it when complete. When it became clear to the Churchills in 1946 that they could not afford to run the property, a consortium of wealthy businessmen organised by Lord Camrose purchased the estate. The arrangement was that for payment of nominal rent both Sir Winston and Lady Churchill would have the right to live there until they both died, at which point the property would be presented to the National Trust.When Sir Winston died in 1965, Clementine decided to present Chartwell to the National Trust immediately. Bonding Chartwell CHURCHILL DUKE  Estate Farm Garden Gunnera Manicata Happiness History House Kent Looking At Camera National Trust Portrait Smiling Three Quarter Length Togetherness Tourism Travel Travel Destinations Two People Vivid International Winston Churchill
New Five Pound Notes. The Bank of England admitted that the new five pound notes contain animal fat, sparking something of an outrage among vociferous vegans and vegetarians on social media. According to a Bank of England reply to a tweet on 28th November, 2016 the new plastic fivers are made with a trace of tallow (Hi @Jools_Orca there is a trace of tallow in the polymer pallets used in the base substrate of the polymer £5 notes); a substance derived from boiled carcasses of animals and used in the making of many candles and soaps. The main components in rendered animal fats can also be found in thousands of other everyday products, including lipstick, plastic bags, cycle tyres, crayons, and latex condoms. The Royal Mint released the polymer note, featuring a portrait of Winston Churchill, on 13th September, 2016. While serial number AA01 000001 was given to The Queen, some of the other early serial numbers have already been offered online for hundreds, if not thousands, of pounds. Other eBay auctions have closed with less than the face value being paid. Designed to be cleaner, safer, stronger and flexible the new £5 polymer note is the first of the Bank of England's currency notes not to be printed on paper. For all their flexibility, the new fivers do bend and it is advisable not to fold them, says Bank of England governor Mark Carney, as it could damage the plastic. There was also an uproar when Sir Winston Churchill was chosen to be featured on the rear (replacing 19th-century welfare reformer Elizabeth Fry, one of only two women to appear on British currency not including the Queen of England) which just goes to show that you can't please everyone. I actually like the note and the printed Winston quote: 'I have nothing to offer but blood, toil, tears and sweat'. Polymer tenners are scheduled to be introduced in 2017, featuring Jane Austen (with the quote: 'I declare after all there is no enjoyment like reading'); and plastic twenties could be in circulation by 2020. http://pics.travelnotes.org/ Animal Fat Bank Notes Bank Of England Blue British Currency Enjoy The New Normal Five Pound Note Five Pound Notes Flexible London Money My Year My View New New Money Notes Plastic Polymer Portrait Queen's Head Royal Mint Tallow The Queen Winston Churchill £5
Chartwell was the principal adult home of Sir Winston Churchill. Churchill and his wife Clementine bought the property, located two miles south of Westerham, Kent, England, in 1922. Extensive renovations simplifying and modernising the home were undertaken directly, completely transforming it when complete. When it became clear to the Churchills in 1946 that they could not afford to run the property, a consortium of wealthy businessmen organised by Lord Camrose purchased the estate. The arrangement was that for payment of nominal rent both Sir Winston and Lady Churchill would have the right to live there until they both died, at which point the property would be presented to the National Trust.When Sir Winston died in 1965, Clementine decided to present Chartwell to the National Trust immediately. Renovations Animal Themes Animal Wildlife Animals In The Wild Bird Black Swan Chartwell CHURCHILL Farm Kent Lake National Trust Nature One Animal Tourism Tourist Attraction  Travel Travel Destinations Traveling Travelling Vivid International Water Waterfront Westerham Winston Churchill
Chartwell was the principal adult home of Sir Winston Churchill. Churchill and his wife Clementine bought the property, located two miles south of Westerham, Kent, England, in 1922. Extensive renovations simplifying and modernising the home were undertaken directly, completely transforming it when complete. When it became clear to the Churchills in 1946 that they could not afford to run the property, a consortium of wealthy businessmen organised by Lord Camrose purchased the estate. The arrangement was that for payment of nominal rent both Sir Winston and Lady Churchill would have the right to live there until they both died, at which point the property would be presented to the National Trust.When Sir Winston died in 1965, Clementine decided to present Chartwell to the National Trust immediately. Architecture Building Exterior Built Structure Chartwell Day Garden History House Ivy Kent Low Angle View Nature No People Outdoors Plant Sky Tourism Tourist Attraction  Travel Destinations Traveling Tree Vivid International Westerham Window Winston Churchill
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Chartwell was the principal adult home of Sir Winston Churchill. Churchill and his wife Clementine bought the property, located two miles south of Westerham, Kent, England, in 1922. Extensive renovations simplifying and modernising the home were undertaken directly, completely transforming it when complete. When it became clear to the Churchills in 1946 that they could not afford to run the property, a consortium of wealthy businessmen organised by Lord Camrose purchased the estate. The arrangement was that for payment of nominal rent both Sir Winston and Lady Churchill would have the right to live there until they both died, at which point the property would be presented to the National Trust.When Sir Winston died in 1965, Clementine decided to present Chartwell to the National Trust immediately. Renovations Agriculture Black Swan Chartwell CHURCHILL Farm Green Color Growth Kent National Trust Nature No People Rural Scene Tourism Tourist Attraction  Tranquil Scene Tranquility Travel Travel Destinations Traveling Travelling Tree Vivid International Westerham Winston Churchill
Chartwell Gardens Westerham Kent.Chartwell was the principal adult home of Sir Winston Churchill. Churchill and his wife Clementine bought the property, located two miles south of Westerham, Kent, England, in 1922. Extensive renovations simplifying and modernising the home were undertaken directly, completely transforming it when complete. When it became clear to the Churchills in 1946 that they could not afford to run the property, a consortium of wealthy businessmen organised by Lord Camrose purchased the estate. The arrangement was that for payment of nominal rent both Sir Winston and Lady Churchill would have the right to live there until they both died, at which point the property would be presented to the National Trust.When Sir Winston died in 1965, Clementine decided to present Chartwell to the National Trust immediately. Chartwell CHURCHILL Close-up Day DUKE  Estate Farm Garden History House Human Representation Indoors  Kent National Trust No People Religion Time Tourism Travel Travel Destinations Vivid International Winston Churchill
Chartwell was the principal adult home of Sir Winston Churchill. Churchill and his wife Clementine bought the property, located two miles south of Westerham, Kent, England, in 1922. Extensive renovations simplifying and modernising the home were undertaken directly, completely transforming it when complete. When it became clear to the Churchills in 1946 that they could not afford to run the property, a consortium of wealthy businessmen organised by Lord Camrose purchased the estate. The arrangement was that for payment of nominal rent both Sir Winston and Lady Churchill would have the right to live there until they both died, at which point the property would be presented to the National Trust.When Sir Winston died in 1965, Clementine decided to present Chartwell to the National Trust immediately. Animal Themes Beauty In Nature Chartwell Day Garden Grass Green Color History Kent Lake Mammal Nature No People One Animal Outdoors Reflection Tourism Tourist Attraction  Travel Destinations Traveling Tree Vivid International Water Westerham Winston Churchill
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Chartwell Gardens Westerham Kent.Chartwell was the principal adult home of Sir Winston Churchill. Churchill and his wife Clementine bought the property, located two miles south of Westerham, Kent, England, in 1922. Extensive renovations simplifying and modernising the home were undertaken directly, completely transforming it when complete. When it became clear to the Churchills in 1946 that they could not afford to run the property, a consortium of wealthy businessmen organised by Lord Camrose purchased the estate. The arrangement was that for payment of nominal rent both Sir Winston and Lady Churchill would have the right to live there until they both died, at which point the property would be presented to the National Trust.When Sir Winston died in 1965, Clementine decided to present Chartwell to the National Trust immediately. Architecture Building Exterior Built Structure Chartwell CHURCHILL DUKE  Estate Farm Garden Grass History House Kent Lawn National Trust Nature No People Outdoors Sky Tourism Travel Travel Destinations Tree Vivid International Winston Churchill
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Chartwell was the principal adult home of Sir Winston Churchill. Churchill and his wife Clementine bought the property, located two miles south of Westerham, Kent, England, in 1922. Extensive renovations simplifying and modernising the home were undertaken directly, completely transforming it when complete. When it became clear to the Churchills in 1946 that they could not afford to run the property, a consortium of wealthy businessmen organised by Lord Camrose purchased the estate. The arrangement was that for payment of nominal rent both Sir Winston and Lady Churchill would have the right to live there until they both died, at which point the property would be presented to the National Trust.When Sir Winston died in 1965, Clementine decided to present Chartwell to the National Trust immediately. Renovations Animal Themes Animals In The Wild Bird Black Swan Black Swan Chartwell CHURCHILL Close-up Day Farm Kent National Trust Nature No People Outdoors Tourism Tourist Attraction  Travel Travel Destinations Traveling Travelling Vivid International Westerham Winston Churchill
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Chartwell Gardens Westerham Kent.Chartwell was the principal adult home of Sir Winston Churchill. Churchill and his wife Clementine bought the property, located two miles south of Westerham, Kent, England, in 1922. Extensive renovations simplifying and modernising the home were undertaken directly, completely transforming it when complete. When it became clear to the Churchills in 1946 that they could not afford to run the property, a consortium of wealthy businessmen organised by Lord Camrose purchased the estate. The arrangement was that for payment of nominal rent both Sir Winston and Lady Churchill would have the right to live there until they both died, at which point the property would be presented to the National Trust.When Sir Winston died in 1965, Clementine decided to present Chartwell to the National Trust immediately. Chartwell CHURCHILL Day DUKE  Estate Farm Garden History House Kent National Trust No People Outdoors Tourism Travel Travel Destinations Vivid International Winston Churchill
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Chartwell Gardens Westerham Kent.Chartwell was the principal adult home of Sir Winston Churchill. Churchill and his wife Clementine bought the property, located two miles south of Westerham, Kent, England, in 1922. Extensive renovations simplifying and modernising the home were undertaken directly, completely transforming it when complete. When it became clear to the Churchills in 1946 that they could not afford to run the property, a consortium of wealthy businessmen organised by Lord Camrose purchased the estate. The arrangement was that for payment of nominal rent both Sir Winston and Lady Churchill would have the right to live there until they both died, at which point the property would be presented to the National Trust.When Sir Winston died in 1965, Clementine decided to present Chartwell to the National Trust immediately. Agriculture Chartwell CHURCHILL Day DUKE  Estate Farm Garden Greenhouse Growth History House Indoors  Kent National Trust Nature No People Plant Tourism Travel Travel Destinations Tree Vivid International Winston Churchill
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