The History of Chesterton House

Our recent article about the history our one of our office buildings, Chesterton House, elicited a response from one of our clients. Karen Dale, a member of Charnwood u3a, got in touch and asked us if we would share the building's story with her group. Andy Jervis, our Chairman, was keen to oblige and the recording of his presentation is below. As well as a potted history of the building Andy took viewers on a guided virtual tour of the building and revealed more about its fascinating past.


Charnwood u3a is a social group based in Charnwood, free for anyone in retirement to join. They have a full agenda of meetings and over 1,000 members. Take a look at their website for updates on their latest events and to read their latest newsletter here.


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