The Irish Georgian Society, in partnership with the National Trust, Northern Ireland, is delivering a study day on Tuesday 12th November celebrating the rich architectural heritage, decorative interiors and designed landscape of Ireland’s finest eighteenth-century neo-classical house, Castle Coole, Enniskillen, County Fermanagh. Castle Coole has been home to the Lowry Corry family since the late seventeenth century. Castle Coole continues to be home to Lord Belmore and his family.

The keynote speaker will be Dr John Martin Robinson, the acknowledged authority on James Wyatt. Other distinguished speakers include:Frances Bailey; William Laffan; Dr Patricia McCarthy; Dr Edward McParland; Christopher Monkhouse; Terence Reeves-Smyth; Dr William Roulston; and David Skinner. The study day commences at 11am with tea and scones and a welcome from Lord Belmore. In addition to the study day lectures, there will a tour of Castle Coole and lunch.

More information can be found here