Experience Hall-wool-een in a completely different light this year and visit Attingham's Woollen Woods as crafted creatures take over a section of the Mile Walk once again. Or even better- help us create the trail by sending in your fibre creations.
Standing at 4ft tall to the tip of the antlers, these are the perfect guests to make your home or garden look that extra bit special. You'll be provided with all the help and tools you need to make this impressive and festive item from scratch.
Get into the festive spirit and create a robin decoration for your tree or home at our Make a Wooden Robin workshops.
Join our Outdoor Team for this festive family friendly activity where you can use natural materials to make a wooden robin.
This December discover the Mansion with decorations 'Inspired by Nature'.
All visits to the Mansion are by pre-booked timed entry tickets to keep visits special (free for NT Members, admission applies on the day for non-members).
Join a lively and informal story time with Father Christmas and his gnomes. These group sessions will include light Christmas refreshments for all, individual family photos and presents for all the children.
Suitable for children aged 3+
Wrap up warm and join us for a tour of our garden. Discover more about its fascinating history, go behind the scenes and explore the Nursery’s Edwardian glasshouses and talk to our gardeners for a chance pick up some tips for your own garden.
Give your fitness a boost in the beautiful surroundings of the Chirk Castle estate. A great opportunity to get started with running and meet other people, and who knows? You might be taking part in one of our 10km runs before you know it!
Enter a world of make-believe at Chirk Castle this Christmas. Follow the footsteps of the six children of Lord and Lady Howard de Walden in the 1920s as we decorate Chirk Castle as a fantastical castle of theatre and fairytales.
Join us for a wintery ramble through the Clent Hills and surrounding countryside. Enjoy the bracing fresh air on this 5 mile walk finding out a bit about the history and wildlife of the place as you go.
Celebrate the festive season with a traditional carol evening in the magical setting of Shugborough's historic Park Farm Yard. Mince pies and warming drinks will be served from Park Farm cafe during the interval.
Join our expert woodworker and make a spatula on a traditional shave horse, a green wood working tool.
Using green pear wood hand craft a useful kitchen tool to take home and enjoy for years to come. Or to give as a gift.
Formerly Chairman of the national Elgar Society, Andrew explores the background and musical influences behind the George Moore's Irish play 'Grania and Diarmid' and then turns to the music of 'Caractacus' (who may not have been Celtic).
At Worcester Cathedral, between 1814 and 1950, there were only four incumbent organists and William Done served for 51 years. His pupil and successor, Hugh Blair, uncharacteristically survived for only two years.
A feast of seasonal music with The Hills Singers, who present a programme comprising a wide variety of music, including well-loved carols and popular Christmas songs, with the opportunity for full audience participation. Families welcome.
Join us for a festive feast as we celebrate a Tudor Yuletide with decorations, displays & entertainment for all ages. On Fridays, take a guided tour of the food displays and try some Tudor treats. At the weekends, the Hall will come to life with...
This new exhibition of portraits, from Croome’s own collection and on loan from private collections depicts the history of the Coventry family from the turn of the seventeenth-century through to the present day.
A free monthly way-marked 10K run around Speke Hall estate. A chance to enjoy peaceful routes, great views and have a great training opportunity. If 5k is more your distance, feel free to run one loop of the course.
There is no run in Feb 2019.
Free entry to Speke Hall's grounds, restaurant and shop to anyone with a National Lottery ticket or scratch card. It's our way of saying thank you to players for their generous support which we receive via grants from the National Lottery.
Join us this year and admire the downstairs of the Hall decorated for a traditional Victorian family Christmas with handmade garlands. Explore the winter grounds and gardens, take part in seasonal trails and festive crafts for all ages.
Don't be alarmed at the ticking of old clocks or darkening shadows around the hall: take a seat in front of the decorated Great Hall fireplace and take part in the Victorian tradition of a winter evening spent listening to ghost stories.
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 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.
Enjoy the house dressed for a traditional Christmas on one of our Christmas House Tours followed by a three-course festive supper in the Barn Restaurant. A glass of wine is included. The shop will also be open for festive shopping.
Presented by John Massey from Ashwood Nursery. John is a nurseryman, plant breeder, plant collector and above all a passionate gardener. He acquired Ashwood Nurseries as a teenage in 1968, straight from school and with no formal training in...
Enter a magical Christmas Mansion themed with all of your favourite fairy tales and decorated with special lighting and stunning decorations. Seasonal music adds to the festive atmosphere as you work your way through enchanting rooms - from the...