by on October 13th, 2020 in Artists, blogs, Garden Notes, Music, news, News and Blogs, Uncategorised

Things to look forward to

As the autumnal season takes hold and the nights get colder we at the Orangery are busy planning the next two months. As many of you will be aware, we are closing at the end of November due to the Pandemic. But fear not we will be back open again in March 2021 with a range of events, activities and exciting things for everyone to get involved with. 

In the meantime, however, there are a few events and activities in October and November that we want to tell you about! We are still running our afternoon teas with hot chocolates and seasonal treats each Sunday which you can pre-book here – SCONES

October half term and Halloween are fast approaching. We have created some spooky pumpkin trails and scavenger hunts (28th/30t)h for children and families. More information about the trails can be found here – Pumpkin Trails

On Halloween itself we are hosting a ghoulishly brilliant evening of trick or treating in our grounds. We invite you all to dress up and come down for a spooky evening of fun and games! Tickets and more information about this event are available here – Trick or Treat

This November we will be hosting a Christmas makers market on the 15th, 22nd and 29th were a range of fantastic stall owners will be flaunting their wears! More information about the Christmas market will be out soon, so make sure to check our website and socials!  

As well as all of this we will be continue to be open every Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday for walks, teas, coffee’s and our community exhibition. More information about the exhibition is available here – Community exhibition

It’s a strange old world at the moment and we appreciate that things can change very quickly. If you have any concerns or questions please feel free to message us on social media.

The Ingestre Orangery: Heritage Pod Development - This project is part funded by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development