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Basildon Park, National Trust
Listen to the voices of the people who lived and worked at Basildon Park throughout the 20th and 21st centuries. This is our Oral History Archive made public.
Betony Taylor and Stefanie Preston
John Maskell talks about being invited on a pheasant shoot by Lord Iliffe.
John Maskell talks about the changes he's seen in the Park
Sir John tells of a scandal at Basildon Park involving one of his ancestors, a Prime Minister, an artist and a famous writer.
Sir John tells the story of the Sykes family dinner service.
Sir John talks about the Sykes family crest.
Sir John discusses meeting Dr. Nandy, from Calcutta, who is a descendent of Cantoo Baboo who had worked closely with Sir Francis Sykes in India.
Sir John remembers staying with Lord and Lady Iliffe after they had left Basildon Park to the National Trust and moved into the South Pavilion.
Sir John remembers staying with Lord and Lady Iliffe after they had restored Basildon Park.
Sir John remembers his first visit to Basildon Park when he was a child.
Sir John talks about his childhood.
Quirky old Lake District farmhouse, home of the Brownes.
News, views and updates from the National Trust in Yorkshire. Our main tweeter is Rachel.
Park in the heart of suburban south London.
The National Trust in the East of England - places to go, things to see. Tweets coming to you from Jemma Finch
All about what goes on at the property and we care for our wonderful collections at Sudbury Hall & The National Trust Museum of Childhood.
This hauntingly beautiful 91-hectare (255-acre) estate, with far-reaching views over the River Deben, is home to one of the greatest archaeological discoveries of all time, an Anglo Saxon ship burial.
This is the audioboo page for Knole's oral history project at the National Trust property in Sevenoaks, Kent. More recent interviews are now on our knolestories.org.uk website. Please visit us there.