Events

Yorkshire Day at Nunnington Hall

Lots of fabulous Yorkshire Food

Lots of fabulous Yorkshire Food

Saturday 1st August 2015

Come and celebrate Yorkshire Day at Nunnington Hall. There will be an evening of fine Yorkshire songs and fine food cooked by our fantastic chefs. The entertainment starts at 5.15pm with our very own folk singer John singing traditional ditties as you sip bucks fizz. At 6pm the Foresters Band will strike up their lively mix of folk and humour songs. Then at 7.30pm the evening ends with a three course meal:

Starter

Mackeral & Prawn Parfait with Red Pepper Coulis OR Roasted Vegetable Terrine

Main

Chicken Breast stuffed with sundried tomatoes, mushrooms and coated in a pink perrpercorn and white wine sauce and new potatoes and vegetables OR Yorkshire Fettle and Sun Dries Tomato Tartlet

Pudding

Chocolate Roulade and cream with black cherries

Followed by Tea and Coffee

 

 

If you are interested in coming, contact Sheila on 01439 748022 or email sheila.stquinton@nationaltrust.org.uk

 Price is £30.00 per person

 

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Yorkshire Market

Yorkshire Market at Nunnington Hall

Yorkshire Market at Nunnington Hall

23 August 2015

Come and discover the unique and beguiling range of crafts and art that Yorkshire has to offer

 

Coming soon this summer

  • George Piercy Talk - 30 July
  • Traditional Skills for Crafty Kids - 8 + 9 Aug
  • Yorkshire Market - 23 Aug
  • A Giant Imagination children's drawing activity - 29 - 31 Aug

50 Things to do before you are 11 3/4

When was the last time you made a grass trumpet?

When was the last time you made a grass trumpet?

 There are a whole load of 50 things activities you can do here at Nunnington. One of the most fun in spring is making a grass trumpet. Why not make one each and have a jam session on the lawn?

Complete some more of the 50 things

  • Bring your Wellies to run around in © National Trust Stock Image

    6. Run around in the rain

    Will you be able to find a puddle to splash in?

  • There is fun things for all the family to do as part 50 things © National Trust Stock Image

    19. Play pooh sticks

    Pick up a stick from our basket by the bridge and have your very own game of pooh sticks

  • Children can spot wildlife in the garden © Chris Murphy

    44. Go bird watching

    Peer through the eye holes in our bird-watching area.. will you spot any feathered friends?

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