For forty years the author was House Manager at Goodwood House, one of England’s major historic houses. During that time he witnessed its evolution as, like most historic houses, it had to find a way of surviving as a viable business as well as a repository of many major works of art and other artefacts, a significant part of that survival being the racecourse.
In this book, David Legg-Willis gives the reader a glimpse into the lives of the family and other members of the household, past and present, and passes on a lifetime’s worth of experiences and anecdotes.
|Publication Date:||20th May 2016|
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