Tedworth House is a lovely classical building, now owned by the Ministry of Defence, and run by Help for Heroes as a Recovery Centre for wounded servicemen. It was officially opened as such in May this year by Princes William and Harry. It has a great atmosphere, it's doing a grand work, and it is clearly well supported.
No Sacrifice Too Great] It was at Tedworth too that C T and his brothers became accomplished cricketers, honed at Eton College and Cambridge University to become the England cricketers who faced Australia in the original Ashes Test series.
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CT and his brothers eventually inherited Edward's wealth, but C T gave all his money away. He had already gone to China as a missionary, and the rest of his life was utterly committed to preaching the gospel to those who had never heard it, wherever in the world they might be. "If Jesus Christ be God and died for me, then no sacrifice can be too great for me to make for him", he wrote.
You can read C T Studd's life in No Sacrifice Too Great or C T STudd: Cricketer and Pioneer. Both are available from WEC Publications - follow the links.