The Gayhurst Project - Acknowledgments

The Heritage Lottery Fund - whose grant funded the training.

Milton Keynes Heritage Association - who set up the training programme.

Jane Turner and colleagues - who ran the training programme and who provided the vision, drive, enthusiasm and technical expertise which made the project possible.

Janet Jack - whose 1993 dissertation: Gayhurst - A Study of the Park and Gardens and recommendations for Conservation, provided much of the material for this project.

Esther Wesley - for her memoirs ‘Life below Stairs’.

Pam Matthews - who transcribed ‘The 1884 Tragedy’.

Beverley Looker - for collecting and collating ‘The Gayhurst Archive’.

The Executors of the late Lady Elisabeth Carlile - for providing The Carlile Papers and The Gayhurst Photograph Collection.

The Gunpowder Plot Society - for use of their feature ‘Sir Everard Digby’ written by Jennifer O’Brien.

Brian Oldham - for his features on St Peter's Church, Gayhurst, Bishop Odo of Bayeux

Andy Stewart - for his feature on The Bronze Age Barrow Cemetery at Gayhurst.

Ann Buroughs - who provided material on Sir Kenelm Digby.

Derek George - who co-ordinated the project.

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