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Victoria Whitehouse

Simon's piano and organ playing challenge

I am playing 15 pianos and organs in 11 days for The National Trust - South West because I want to keep music alive at historic places

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The National Trust - South West

We are a conservation charity, working to look after special places for everyone.

Charity Registration No. 205846

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I am very passionate about music and want to keep it alive across National Trust places in Cornwall and Devon through my playing, this is why I'm doing this challenge.

Donations will go towards the upkeep and conservation of musical instruments in National Trust properties across the south west.

Music has been part of my life since I was a child, I became a chorister at Christchurch Cathedral choir school, Oxford at the age of 8 and went on to become a lay clerk at Bath Abbey after studying music at university in Bath. Music is part of my life still and since my retirement, I regularly play pianos and organs at a number of National Trust places.

Over the next two weeks in September I will be playing at 15 places:  Cotehele (21st am); Coleton Fishacre (21st pm); Castle Drogo (22nd am); Lanhydrock (22nd pm); Stourhead (23rd); Trelissick (24th am); Trerice (24th pm); Bradley Manor (25th am); Greenway (25th pm); Overbeck's (26th am); Buckland Abbey (26th pm); Killerton (27th am); Arlington Court (27th pm); St Michael's Mount (30th) and finally in October Knightshayes (1st October).

I'd love to see you there.


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