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Downton Abbey Comes to Melbury

16:10 08 June 2011

Martin and Phillipa Clunes, Tim and Katie Gallego (Event Sponsors, Poundbury Wealth Management) with Lady Emma Fellowes and Lord Julian Fellowes

Martin and Phillipa Clunes, Tim and Katie Gallego (Event Sponsors, Poundbury Wealth Management) with Lady Emma Fellowes and Lord Julian Fellowes

A charity dinner, organised by the Friends of Weldmar Hospicecare Trust, was held at the Melbury home of the Hon Mrs Charlotte Townshend, President of Weldmar Hospicecare Trust.

A charity dinner, organised by the Friends of Weldmar Hospicecare Trust, was held at the Melbury home of the Hon Mrs Charlotte Townshend, President of Weldmar Hospicecare Trust. Lord Julian Fellowes of West Stafford, Vice President of the Trust, spoke about the making of his television drama Downton Abbey.

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