Keep­ing it in the fam­ily

Country Life Every Week - - Town & Country -

HE PRINCE OF WALES and his great­great-great-grand­par­ents Queen Vic­to­ria and Prince Al­bert will min­gle with Pi­casso and Andy Warhol for the first time—at least, their works of art will—in a new ex­hi­bi­tion in the Sur­rey Hills.

Chinthurst Hill, near Won­ersh, a lit­tle­known mas­ter­piece by Sir Ed­win Lu­tyens and Gertrude Jekyll, is the Home Coun­ties arm of the Bel­gravia Gallery, Lon­don W1, and, from De­cem­ber 1 to 7, it will host an in­au­gu­ral Christ­mas Art Week, in­volv­ing live sculp­ture demon­stra­tions and with royal and il­lus­tri­ous artists aplenty.

View­ings are by ap­point­ment only and tick­ets to a pop-up sup­per club, put on by award-win­ning Sur­rey Spice on Satur­day, De­cem­ber 3, cost £95 each, in­clud­ing

Tfood, a tour and talks (020–7495 1010; www.bel­gravi­a­gallery.com).

Both the sup­per club and art sales will sup­port the Seb’s Projects In­dia char­ity, which raises money to build schools and

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