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Come one, come all to Linnwood House
The Friends of Linnwood House are a group of dedicated people who continue to raise the much-needed funds for the continued restoration and conservation work of Linnwood House, so that everyone can enjoy it.
These open day by the Friends of Linnwood House are always a great event.
On Sunday the 10th of November, they will be holding their last Open Day for 2019 between 11am and 4pm. Now I have been to a number of these Open Days and it's an event not to be missed as there is so much to see and do for you, family and friends.
You will be amazed at the cars from the British Car clubs;
Wolseley Car Club.
My best mates father had one of these. Photo courtesy of the Friends of Linnwood House.
How ell has this bike been restored? Photo courtesy of the Friends of Linnwood House.
Sydney Model Auto Club.
The Vincent HRD Owners Club.
Magic Metal Motorway Club.
All of these cars and bikes have been fully restored by car and bike enthusiasts who will be there to talk to you about their passion for restoring them. The best time to view these cars and bikes is from 11am to 2pm as some of them have to leave early to get home before the traffic.
If you are not into cars and bikes, then don't worry there is plenty more for you to see at the 2019 November Linnwood Open House. Listen to the great sounds of the Holroyd Brass Band, who will be playing out the front of the house during the day.
Sit back and listen to the great sounds from the Holroyd Bras Band. Photo courtesy of the Friends of Linnwood House.
Feeling hungry while you are there? Not a problem. You could grab yourself a feed from the sausage sizzle, a coffee from Café Influence van or go inside and sit down and have some Devonshire Tea. The cakes are very tasty.
For a small fee of $5 per person (children under 5 are free), you can go inside Linnwood House and check out the Holroyd Art and Craft Society stand, the Western Sydney Woodturners and the Traditional Tools groups will also be displaying their wares. Dorothy Warwick from the Friends of Linnwood informs me that visitors come from everywhere to various Linnwood Open House events throughout the year.
Linnwood House is a great place to visit. Photo by Gary Brown.