Try one of our guided health walks
Thursday 19 February at 9.30am
We're working in partnership with Brightstripe to host some health walks around the park. Walking for Health is a national scheme offering walks of 1 to 2 hours lead by a volunteer walk leader. Walking is one of the simplest and most effective forms of exercise you can do; so come along. You'll see the countryside, get some fresh air and maybe meet some new people.
Half term fun
Daily from 14 to 22 February
If you're looking to entertain the family over half term why not come along to Berrington and take part in our Georgian trail. It is an outdoor route which picks up on some of the features of our extensive parkland which was originally designed by Capability Brown. Brown created a new natural landscape which was the height of fashion in it's time. Trails cost £2.
Half term crafts
Monday 16, Tuesday 17 and Wednesday 18 February
Our sewing craft group will be in the house on these days showing examples of the invaluable work they do making the costumes. Plus to get everyone involved they will be on hand to help you dress up dolls or make a bookmark. Whatever the weather bring the family along at half term for activities inside and out at Berrington.
14 February to 30 June
Berrington Hall is showcasing a series of costume exhibitions against the backdrop of its beautiful Georgian interiors. Costumes displays from the Charles Paget Wade collection and original film costumes from Sense and Sensibility, Mansfield Park and Pride and Prejudice will be display during the year; starting with the 1995 version of Sense and Sensibility starring Emma Thompson, Hugh Grant and Kate Winslet from 14th February.
Saturday 7 and Sunday 8 March
We are joined on Saturday, by international author, Anne O'Brien, who will be signing her latest novel: 'The King's Sister'. On Sunday we are joined by John Challis, better known as 'Boycie' from TV's 'Only Fools and Horses'. He'll be signing copies of his new novel 'Reggie in the Frame'. Children's author M E Holley will also be returning to share stories with families on both days and she will be judging the short story competition on ‘The Marches’ for local schools.
'50 things to do'
Does it feel like ages since you explored the great outdoors? Well guess what, the feeling's mutual. Nature misses you. But don't despair - now's the perfect time to do something about it.
We've put together a list of '50 things to do before you're 11¾'. We want to encourage kids to get mucky, discover their wild side and get closer to nature. Come to Berrington and climb a tree, build a den, fly a kite, hunt for bugs and many more.