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Upcoming events

at Paycocke's House and Garden

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Paycocke's Centenary Day 

It's exactly 100 years since Paycocke's was given to the National Trust, and we are celebrating!

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on
6 May 2024
at
11:00 to 16:00
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Quiet Day 

A chance for sensitive and neurodivergent people to explore and appreciate this elaborate Tudor house at their own pace, without distractions.

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on
7 May 2024
at
11:00 to 14:00
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Spinning Weekend 

Demonstrations and cheerful chat with the Mid-Essex Guild of Weavers, Spinners and Dyers.

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on
25 May to 27 May 2024
at
11:00 to 16:00
+ 2 other dates or times
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Coggeshall Open Gardens 

Paycocke's delightful Arts and Crafts style garden will be part of this lively, village-wide event.

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on
2 Jun 2024
at
13:00 to 18:00
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1920s Weekend 

Join the Companye of Merrie Folke as they turn the clock back to 1924 and celebrate the roaring 20s at Paycocke's.

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on
29 Jun to 30 Jun 2024
at
11:00 to 16:00
+ 1 other date or time
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St George and the Dragon - A Mummers' Play 

A traditional medieval play with dance, music and merriment, for all the family

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on
7 Jul 2024
at
11:45 to 12:30
+ 1 other date or time
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Summer of Play 

Lively garden games and activities for all the family, in our new Nature Garden, free of charge, all through the summer holidays.

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on
19 Jul to 1 Sep 2024
at
11:00 to 16:00
+ 44 other dates or times
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Tudor Yuletide 

Visit Paycocke's House and Garden to experience an authentic Tudor Yuletide and enjoy mulled wine and a mince pie in the tea-room.

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on
30 Nov to 1 Dec 2024
at
11:00 to 16:00
+ 1 other date or time
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A Christmas Carol, by Charles Dickens 

Anthony Roberts' traditional and atmospheric telling of the Christmas classic.

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on
9 Dec to 10 Dec 2024
at
15:00 to 16:45
+ 3 other dates or times
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Historic Buildings Mythbusting - a talk by Dr James Wright 

Uncovering Folklore, History and Archaeology. Any ancient building tells exciting, and romantic stories, commonly believed and widely repeated – but are they really true?

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on
11 Dec 2024
at
15:00 to 16:30
+ 1 other date or time