One hundred years of pulchritude

6th October 1995 at 01:00
(Photograph) - One hundred years of pulchritude: to mark the National Trust's centenary this year, Dyrham Park, near Avon, asked pupils from 15 Bristol schools to make drawings of the 17th-century house and gardens for a time capsule to be kept secure until 2095, when their work will be put on show again

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