Prince Charles paid a visit to Woodchester Mansion in May 2002 to see how work was progressing.
The prince, who is patron of Woodchester Mansion, was shown around the unfinished gothic time capsule, tucked away in a secluded valley near Nympsfield, and met volunteers as well as people working on the building.
Prince Charles saw craft skills training in action, including stone masonry. The Prince’s Foundation brings trainees and provide partnership funding for work experience at Woodchester Mansion.
Built in the nineteenth century but never completed, the grade-one listed building is managed by Woodchester Mansion Trust and holds regular open days.
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