Jacqueline Noy-ballemans

Jacqueline Noy-ballemans

Regional Qualification(s):

East of England

Language(s):

Dutch / Flemish, English, French, German, Spanish

Phone Number(s):

01763-271514, 07881-921447

Personal Interests:

Farming Tours in UK
Country Houses/Gardens
Cambridge Colleges

Special Interests:

Agriculture

Through marriage I became a farmer's wife and plan and conduct specialist farm tours in British Isles with particular interest in organic farming.

Art/Paintings & Sculpture

Visit the places where Constable, Gainsborough, Munnings and Henry Moore lived & worked.

Churches & Cathedrals

King's College Chapel, Cambridge; Ely Cathedral, churches in Suffolk's Cloth Towns and in Herfordshire villages.

Gardens

Meet the owners and see the famous and/or hidden gardens of Hertfordshire, East Anglia, the Midlands and the Cotswolds.

International Links

East-Anglia's connections with the Low Countries in Architecture, Painting, Farming, Cloth trade, etc. from Middle Ages to modern day.

Interpreting & Translating

At meetings, conferences, special interest tours, social events, technical site visits, farm visits, factory and corporate visits.

Regional Tours

East Anglia's towns and villages, their vernacular architecture, churches and cathedrals. The Fens, The Cloth Towns of Suffolk, Duxford.

Stately Homes & Country Houses

Anglesey Abbey, Blenheim Palace, Burghley House, Hatfield House, Wimpole Hall, Woburn Abbey. The life and times of the great house and its illustrious owners.

Walking Tours

The Cambridge Colleges, King's College Chapel, college libraries (wren and Pepys), the famous 'Backs', a walk through college gardens or punting on the Cam.

Endorsements:

2012 Venues

Driver Guide:

No