St. Michael's Ham Common



The rear of St Michael's Convent, Ham Common, Richmond

St Michael's Convent, Ham Common Richmond



The Gardens of Ham


St Michael's 2010 - Danny Nicholls, Sister Lydia & Michael Doxie

Flowers in the gardens at Ham

The Garden at Ham

The Peace Garden at Ham

 


Chrstine & Cathy 2011



1 comment:

  1. St Michael's Convent is a beautiful place to be, its set in 12 acres, once the home of The Duke of Wellington. Over the years it has had many additions, the original Coachyard still remains, the stables however now converted into flats, but it is very evident of those times, once can still imagine the Duke riding his horse through the entrance.

    Sister Annaliese is Sister in Charge, she is always very welcoming to everyone.

    The older Sisters now permanently reside at Ham, whilst the younger Sisters seem to be here for short periods before spending time in the various Convents based around the world.

    Once a year the Sisters put on a party for the Old Boys & Girls this is usually mid July, it is a great day to meet new ones and catch up with old friends.

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