Why not bring a picnic to enjoy in the café while you relax and informally discuss Agatha Christie's book 'Absent in the Spring?' Even if you've never read the book, you can find out more and enjoy good company in the cosy café.
Have you always wanted to write a novel? Do you have an unfinished manuscript under the bed? Here's your opportunity; a three-part novel-writing workshop, Roselle Angwin, Greenway's writer-in-residence.
On the first Wednesday of each month the garden team blitz an overgrown or neglected area of garden - can you help? The work involves cutting down or digging out weeds, brambles, overgrown shrubs and moving debris to the shredder or bonfire.
The last of a series of reading circles. Greenway's writer-in-residence will be hosting a gathering at Agatha Christie's holiday home, looking at poems, stories and passages of writing all focusing on rivers.
A pop-up 1950s Christmas cinema is coming to Greenway; a collection of films curated by Agatha Christie's grandson Mathew Prichard will be screened in a cosy vintage-style marquee in the Walled Garden.
Why not join one of the countryside rangers for a walk through Greenway garden out to part of the estate? On the walk you will find out about the work that the National Trust rangers do to care for this special place.
Roselle Angwin, a Devon-based writer and zen practitioner, who is passionate about wild places and the natural world, will be leading a mindfulness walk to help you connect with the woodland garden that surrounds you.