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8th February 2024 at Boconnoc Estate;
an unique opportunity to visit one of the

South West’s most beautiful and luxurious venues

Steeped in history, Boconnoc Estate was the home to William Wyndham, Lord Grenville who married Anne Pitt and later became Prime Minister; he was also famous for abolishing the slave trade.


In 1864 on Lady Grenville’s death the Estate was bequeathed to George Matthew Fortescue, younger son of Lord Grenville’s sister, Hester, who married the first Earl Fortescue of Castle Hill, Devon. It has remained in the Fortescue family ever since.


Read more about the history of Boconnoc Estate here: 


Today Boconnoc Estate is only open to the public for private events, most of which are weddings. So this really is quite a unique opportunity to visit the amazing house and grounds whilst supporting Dive Project Cornwall’s work with young people across the UK.



Ex Executive Chef for Rick Stein, Stephane Delourme will be running the kitchen alongside a number of other famous chefs, yet to be revealed. 



Come and meet the team from Dive Project Cornwall and find out more about our work and positive impact to young people from across the UK.



£110 per person / per ticket

Table for 10 people £1,000



To purchase tickets or find out more about the event please contact:


Andy Forster, Project Director

Dive Project Cornwall

07711 160590
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7pm on the 8th of February 2024

Boconnoc Estate, Lostwithiel, 

Cornwall PL22 0RG 




7pm - Welcome drink on arrival

7.30pm - 4 course dinner with free wine

9.30pm - "The work of Dive Project Cornwall” presentation 

9:45pm - Auction of 7+ lots

10:30pm - Finish

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