Welcome to The Friends of Arundells' website
Arundells is now closed for the winter and will be
reopening to the public from the 24th March 2014 to
29th October 2014
Bookings for the 2014 season are now being taken. For more details please use this link to the official Arundells website http://www.arundells.org
7th November 2013
We are delighted to be able to announce that Wiltshire County Council planners have approved the planning application for the permanent opening of Arundells.
Thanks to everyone who submitted letters of support, we did incredibly well on that front.
More information will follow in our Newsletter.
Arundells dates from the 13th century and is located in the Cathedral Close, Salisbury. Sir Edward Heath made it his home from 1985 until his death in 2005. In his Will he left his home and its contents to the care of a charitable foundation, The Sir Edward Heath Charitable Foundation. His intention was that Arundells should be open to the public to enjoy and to appreciate the collections of painting, ceramics, sailing and political memorabilia together with the two acres of magnificent garden.
Please join “The Friends of Arundells” to help secure the future of the house (there is no membership fee) - the 'How to Join The Friends' page on this website gives further details. Thank you for your support and we look forward to hearing from you.