Walk with us - everyone welcome! Our team of volunteer walk leaders will introduce you to parts of Longshaw you may not know. Walks are every Wednesday and Sunday, starting just outside the café, and usually cover around 4 miles.
Join us this summer for our exciting BE KINDER trail walk as part of our national People's Landscape project. Discover an assortment of surprising installations along the way and learn more about how to be kind to Kinder.
During the wars it wasn’t just the Straw family who were ‘doing their bit’ by growing at home. Everyone was encouraged to contribute what they could to their own table and every piece of land available was turned over to growing.
Pushabout walks are aimed at anyone walking with a baby or toddler in a pushchair wanting to become more physically active. The walks are over terrain suitable for pushchairs and last approximately 1 hour, usually with a distance of 2 to 3 miles.
The workout that tones the whole body! Burns 46% more calories than ordinary walking. Great for neck, shoulder and back problems. Easy on the knees and joints. Suitable for ages 9+. Sociable, safe outdoor exercise.
Race for Life Pretty Muddy Kids is our brilliant muddy obstacle course just for the little ones. They can take on the obstacles, crawl through the mud pit and have fun with friends, all the while helping raise valuable funds for life-saving research.
Race for Life Pretty Muddy is our brilliant 5k muddy obstacle course. Scramble over the A-frame. Crawl through the mud pit. Have fun with your friends. And raise valuable funds for life-saving research.
Join our volunteer rangers on a guided walk around less familiar parts of Clumber Park reflecting a diverse range of habitats. The walk will last between 2-3 hours and cover up to 6 miles. The walk covers a mixture of surfaces across heathland...
From the start of June, Nostell will be running walks specially designed for the whole family to enjoy. Led by staff or volunteers, they’re a great way to get kids active in the great outdoors after school.
The spirit of Chippendale lives on! In partnership with The Hepworth Wakefield, we've commission contemporary artist Giles Round to explore Chippendale's legacy and the relationships between art, design and the domestic sphere.
Inspired by the book by Robert MacFarlane and Jackie Morris, seek, find and speak words from the natural world that are disappearing from children's vocabulary. Explore the house, park and garden to see these Lost Words brought to life.
We've teamed up with Sarah Parker Fitness to offer a weekly outdoor postnatal fitness class for mums and babies involving a group walk with buggies, cardio, strength and flexibility exercises in the beautiful outdoors at Lyme.
Join us for a free walk in the White Peak this Friday morning. No booking needed, meet our team of friendly walk volunteers by the visitor centre at 11:00am and go on a 2 hr walk. Dogs on short leads are welcome too.
Join us for a free walk in the White Peak this Friday morning. No booking needed, just meet our team of friendly walk volunteers by the visitor centre at 11:00am and go on a 3 hr walk. Dogs are welcome too.
Join us for a free walk in the White Peak this Monday morning. No booking needed, meet our team of friendly walk volunteers by the National Trust shop at 11am and go on a 2 hr walk. Dogs on short leads are welcome too.
Join us at The Workhouse as Firbeck infirmary (adjacent to the main building and previously not accessible to the public) opens to visitors for the first time, enhancing your visit and giving a fuller history of the entire site.
Every Wednesday in the summer holidays step back in time at The Workhouse - find and help the inmates doing their daily jobs. Over the bank holidays, our storytellers will also be telling stories from The Workhouse around the theme of mental health.
Follow the adventures of Ratty, Mole, Toad and Badger this summer at Hare Hill. 111 years ago, twin brothers Charles and Patrick Brocklehurst might have re-enacted the tales as they played in their gardens at Hare Hill, and we’re inviting you to...
Meet the artist family, Grace, Gary, Hope and Merrick as they lead a creative family workshop exploring ideas around collective action, democracy and children’s rights. This event takes place off-site at Manchester Central Library
200 years after the Peterloo Massacre, two films created by artist family Gary, Grace, Hope and Merrick will inspire conversations about rights and responsibilities, freedoms and the power to create change. Shown at Quarry Bank and Dunham Massey
Throughout the year discover Tudor attitudes to health and food, with a different activity to try each month from making butter in a churn to creating a Tudor pinch pot to keep your remedies in. Explore the way in which the Tudors looked after...
Create a stone sculpture to take home, inspired by the Medieval craftsmanship of the Hall. Step-by-step tuition will be given, all materials are provided and beginners are welcome.
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Maurice, 4th Lord Egerton left a lasting legacy in Kenya. This Mansion exhibition explores the development of his African estates and the story of his time in Kenya, where he is still celebrated and held in great affection today.
This session is a food journey of discovery as children and accompanying adults go on a tasting trail around Tatton's walled garden, pick their own ingredients and prepare a seasonal recipe to take home and cook.
Set in magnificent parklands, the RHS Flower Show Tatton Park is a celebration of the best in gardening with a vibrant carnival atmosphere. A spectacular day out, not just for plant lovers, but for friends and family too.
The UK's first open air cinema designed specially for film fans of all ages comes to Tatton Park with great films for big and little kids like. For full listings please visit the website at https://www.lunakidscinema.com/.
Percy the Park Keeper is planning a Treasure Hunt. His animal friends are so excited they can’t wait for the hunt to begin! Join them all on this nature inspired trail around the garden to discover nature’s treasure.
Visit the house to see a photography exhibition of local people who are doing their bit for nature every day. Join the conversation and let us know what you care about when it comes to nature and green spaces and what you would fight to protect.
Meet the artist family, Grace, Gary, Hope and Merrick as they lead a creative family workshop exploring ideas around collective action, democracy and children’s rights. This event takes place off-site at Manchester Central Library.
200 years after the Peterloo Massacre, two films created by artist family Gary, Grace, Hope and Merrick will inspire conversations about rights and responsibilities, freedoms and the power to create. They'll be shown at Dunham Massey & Quarry Bank.
Children from a Leicester school are taking over Calke Unlocked as Calke Abbey’s first ever mini tour guides! They’re sharing different perspectives on the collection through important research, completed as part of the Colonial Countryside project.
Experience the Arts and Crafts garden rooms at their best, along with the newly created Fragrant Garden with a tour from the senior Gardener. Afterwards indulge in a two course lunch with the rest of the group, overlooking the Fragrant Garden.
Join a small group for an exclusive 45 minute tour to learn more about Frank Green and his special gift of Treasurer's House to the National Trust - the first to be gifted complete with its collection.
A University of Central Lancashire exhibition exploring fashion, fabric and faith with local girls and their mothers working with artists, stylists and academic researchers to create and style digitally-printed head-scarves inspired by Indian...
The annual church fete of All Saints Church Habergham, the church that the Kay-Shuttleworth Family of Gawthorpe attended. A family event with something for everyone from raffles and tombolas to music and a bouncy castle.
An exhibition of new work by Alice Kettle, Jane McKeating, Nigel Hurlstone, Poppy Cartwright, Elnaz Yazdani and local refugees and asylum seekers exploring ideas of cultural heritage and migration in response to world textiles in the collection.
From Jodie Whittaker the new Doctor Who, to the notorious Gunpowder Plot conspirator Guy Fawkes, discover the faces that have helped create the reputation of Yorkshire. Who would you include to demonstrate the county’s reputation?
Clear out your bookcase and bring any donations along this weekend and we'll find new homes for them. Just in case your shelves are looking bare we'll have plenty of second-hand books on sale to help fill them.
Join this guided walk to discover Brimham's history, from the last ice age that helped form these weird and wonderful rock formations, to the stories of the people who lived here and called Brimham home.