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St Ann’s Hill: From hill fort to country park

This exhibition tells the story of some of the people and buildings that have shaped St Ann’s Hill. A prominent feature on the landscape of Chertsey, historical evidence shows that St Ann’s Hill has been used by humans since prehistoric times. Pride of place in the exhibition is a J M W Turner sketchbook on loan from Tate Britain which contains studies of St Ann’s Hill drawn to illustrate Samuel Roger’s Poems published in 1834. Sometime between 1827 and 1830 Turner came to St Ann’s Hill to sketch the “villa and garden” of Charles James Fox, perhaps the hill’s most famous resident

Tues to Fri 12.30 to 4.30 Sat 11 to 4 Free entry

Chertsey Museum, The Cedars, 33 Windsor Street, Chertsey, Surrey KT16 8AT

Thursday 27 Jul 2017 to Saturday 23 Sep 2017

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