Badminton House

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  • Badminton House is also very strongly associated with fox hunting.
  • Badminton House also gives its name to the sport badminton.
  • The village is famous for its horse trials, which take place in early May each year in the grounds of Badminton House.
  • Badminton, named after Badminton House with dormitories located in the west wing of the house on the second floor.
  • It was visited by the late Queen Mary during her stay at Badminton House in the Second World War.
  • Lady Helena survived her husband by 37 years and died at Badminton House, home of her sister.
  • Badminton House was open to the public at one time, but is not at present (as of 2012).
  • The club was named after Badminton House, the country seat of the Dukes of Beaufort.
  • Among the many visitors to Lucknam during the war was Queen Mary of England who was staying at nearby Badminton House.
  • St Michael and All Angels serves as the principal burial place of the Somerset family of Badminton House.
  • The renovation reduced the influence of the Colonial Revival style in favor of historical evidence, including records found at Badminton House in the UK.
  • Since 1949, Badminton House has hosted the prestigious annual Badminton Horse Trials, a three-day competition event.
  • In the 20th century, Badminton House is best known for the annual Badminton Horse Trials held here since 1949.
  • In the Hermitage and Badminton House versions it is bare marble, with a violin on one side and a still life of flowers and fruit on the other.
  • The village is close to the Duke of Beaufort's residence, Badminton House, which has been the principal seat of the Somerset family since the late 17th century.
  • Miriam Badock established a school for girls in 1858 at Badminton House in Clifton.
  • Sherard introduced more than 1500 plants, most of them greenhouse subjects, to her collection, at Badminton House or at Beaufort House, Chelsea.
  • Attached to the Duke of Beaufort's residence, Badminton House, it is an active Anglican parish church in the diocese of Gloucester.
  • It took thirty experts six years to make, and came to be named after the Duke's country seat, Badminton House in Gloucestershire, England, where it remained until it was auctioned by his descendants in the late 20th century.
  • He started with Great Castle House, in Monmouth in 1673, continued with Badminton House in Gloucestershire, and built the new Troy House as a wedding gift to his son Charles.
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