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Welcome to Kenwood House AKA Narstie Manor

He is hailed as a grime legend on the UK scene, a social media sensation known for his larger-than-life personality. His name is Big Narstie and we’ve invited him to take over Kenwood House for the day.

National Lottery-funded Kenwood House is one of the nation’s most treasured and historic places. Built in the 17th century, Kenwood House is home to world-class art collections, including the 1st Earl of Iveagh’s collection of old masters and British paintings.

Thanks to National Lottery players, a grant of £3.89Million helped with a major renovation in 2013, including the restoration of the library to its original glory – meaning one of the great rooms of 18th-century Britain can now be enjoyed as its famous Scottish architect Robert Adam intended.

Watch the video below to explore the grandeur of the ‘baller-room’ with Big Narstie, while we try to find a nice way to tell him he can’t actually move in!

Please note: The #ThanksToYou 2019 promotion ran from 23rd November to 1st December 2019 and has now closed.

13th December 2019

The National Lottery has been changing the lives of winners and supporting good causes across the UK since 1994. In that time, there have been more than 6,300 new millionaires created and by playing The National Lottery you raise over £30 million for good causes every week.

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