05 May 2006
The £6.6m restoration of London's Kew Palace, launched in March 2004 by the late Sir Nigel Mobbs, was completed last week when the doors were opened to the public. Mobbs, who was chairman of Slough Estates and the charity Historic Royal Palaces, had called the former home of King George ...
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