Clandon Park House is a grade I listed Palladian mansion in Surrey that was partially destroyed by fire in April 2015. Polly was commissioned to help the project team to define the vision and strategy for the new visitor experience.
Clandon Park House is a Grade I listed Palladian mansion in West Clandon, in Surrey built in the 1720s for Lord Onslow and his wife. Following the major fire that destroyed much of the house in April
Polly was commissioned to help the project team to define the vision and strategy for the new visitor experience at Clandon Park. She helped them to: articulate the Trust’s vision for helping people to connect with and experience Clandon Park, both once the property is fully reopened and while the project is being undertaken; describe the key principles for the visitor route that can be built upon during the feasibility stage; and define the target audiences and key objectives for interpretation, programming, exhibitions and volunteering, participation and inclusion. The resulting Vision Statement informed the work on the Feasibility and Concept stages.