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Something to look forward to

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... Read more>>

Wellbeing Weekend

Hello everyone,  It has been a busy old time here at the Orangery recently but it’s safe to say we have been a lot more relaxed than usual…. let me... Read more>>

Whats been going on?

Where did the summer go?  As many of you will know we are finally back! The Orangery has been a hive of activity since reopening at the beginning of August... Read more>>

Changing with the times

Volunteers Week 2020 (1st - 7th June) was a great chance for us to catch up with our trustees and volunteers. This national event usually enables charities like ours to... Read more>>

The tadpoles still have no legs! The lockdown diary of a volunteer

With most of our volunteers unable to visit the Orangery at the moment, we asked them what they are enjoying doing during lockdown. For many, spending time in the garden... Read more>>

Creative friends are inspired by the lockdown

Poetry then and now Exactly a year ago we were celebrating Staffordshire Day at the newly restored Orangery with a group of poets (is there a collective noun?) who helped... Read more>>

Rehearsing in lockdown – Chetwynd

'We invite you to bathe your senses in this imperfect but heart-felt rendition across the centuries from one time of relative isolation to another'. Chetwynd chamber choir find new ways... Read more>>

Staffordshire Day photography exhibition by Fred Pratt

In the first of our digital celebrations of Staffordshire to coincide with Staffordshire Day, local photographer Fred Pratt selects some of his favourite images of the county. Fred has recently... Read more>>

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