PUBLISHED: 11:02 11 February 2011 | UPDATED: 18:51 20 February 2013
Eighty invited guests attended Longleat House for an Elizabethan-inspired feast in the Great Hall called 'Eating History'.
Eighty invited guests attended Longleat House for an Elizabethan-inspired feast in the Great Hall called Eating History. A Whats it for? game of items from the archives kept guests entertained and an auction led by Lord Margadale followed. The evening raised over 22k for the Southern Spinal Injuries Trust. The charitys main appeal is to fund the building of a rehabilitation garden at the Duke of Cornwall Spinal Treatment Centre in Salisbury. This Jubilee Garden will provide patients with an accessible outside social area and will see gardening becoming an integral part of the Centres rehabilitation programme.
PHOTOS: MARTIN BAX MBE