Welcome to Wolverton Manor
A special place in the heart of the Isle of Wight countryside
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Richard Saxel and Angus Meryon concert
A couple of images from the Richard Saxel and Angus Meryon concert held on saturday 27th August, 2011.
St Peter's Church in Shorwell is a medieval church that is well worth a visit.
The interior of the church features a famous 15th century painting of St Christopher. There is also a painting of the two wives and 15 children of John Leigh.
The church also features an alabaster monument of John Leigh praying, accompanied by his great grandson Barnabas who died at the age of 9 months while Leigh's body was waiting for burial in 1629. They share the same burial spot.
Early Gas Generator at Wolverton Manor
How the Manor House used to be lit.
Inside the Manor
Various pictures taken in and around Wolverton Manor.
A fine two manual organ built by Steele and Keay in 1901 for the Mainwaring family in Stafforshire in their house which became Keele University. It was moved after the war to a small local chapel by Cartwight & Cartwright when Keith was a boy and the firm was run by his father. Today Keith is the senior member and is helped by his son Philip and they have restored and installed the organ which was given to Mark by a patient.