Cotehele Gallery exhibits and sells the work of West Country artists and craft makers. This exhibition features the work of local landscape watercolour painter Peter Dolbear and handcrafted mirrors created by Joan Bose.
Come along to see the garden team work alongside print-artist Dominique Coiffait as they put together this year's beautiful cut flower garland and artwork to commemorate the First World War Armistice. You could even lend a hand!
Get ahead of the game this year with some early Christmas shopping at our annual craft fair. You'll find local art and craft makers exhibiting and selling a range of handmade and affordable gifts. Free entry.
We're commemorating the centenary of the end of the First World War with a special artwork created by West Country artist Dominique Coiffait, inspired by the ebb and flow of life in Cotehele garden. This artwork will wind around the walls of the...
An in-depth tour of Cotehele house. You'll meet the team as they give the house its annual deep clean, learn about conservation practices and peek behind closed doors. Morning coffee and lunch included.
Bring the family for a day packed full of pumpkin fun; pumpkin carving (£3.00 per pumpkin), pumpkin-themed games and activities and pumpkin snacks to try. There'll be a pumpkin trail around the garden and pumpkin flavoured dishes in the tea-room.
We're potty about pumpkins, so this October half term we've pumpkin-themed games in the Orchard plus apple bobbing with Trengwainton-grown apples (while stocks last). There'll also be a pumpkin trail around the garden that's great for welly-walking.
Tales of Trengwainton with a spooky twist, as told by Mark Harandon. Stories start on the hour (none at 1pm) in the bell tent in the orchard.
Booking not needed, but it may be necessary to limit numbers for each session.
Come and spend a day out in the fresh air enjoying some stunning views and play a part in the Trust's vital conversation work keeping the scrub at bay
Meet at laybys near Boscastle farm shop (GR:SX 109 918) PL35 0HH
The south coast of Penwith vividly expresses the changes in man’s use of the land over time. From towering cliffs keeping watch over the western approaches, to gentle, lush valley slopes, and sun kissed beaches – all is here.