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Civil War

Civil War -Colonel Pickerings Regiment of Foote encampment

Cromwell is coming! Displays, drills and demonstrations throughout the weekend as this 17th century re-enactment group make camp in the grounds.
Wander among the Parliamentary troops and their followers as they prepare for battle at Curdworth Bridge, near Water Orton.
Colonel Pickering's Regiment of Foote expects you!

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Civil War

Civil War -Colonel Pickerings Regiment of Foote encampment

Cromwell is coming! Displays, drills and demonstrations throughout the weekend as this 17th century re-enactment group make camp in the grounds.
Wander among the Parliamentary troops and their followers as they prepare for battle at Curdworth Bridge, near Water Orton.
Colonel Pickering's Regiment of Foote expects you!

Read more

Snow Stops Sunday Saunter – Sorry

Cancelled today sorry

Sometimes all you want on Sunday afternoon at this time of year is a bit of fresh air and a stretching of the legs.

No kitting up for a long walk in the hills, just a stroll around a green and peaceful place…

This winter we are having a series of special weekend openings at the Gardens with this need in mind. There are five ‘Sunday Saunters’ between the end of January and the beginning of the season in April.

Late Winter and early Spring is also just a fascinating time in our Gardens.. the snowdrops, aconites and hellebores begin to emerge. As the days get longer the birds (and the box hedges!) get more active. Soon our drifts of daffodils begin to shoot up. When we are lucky enough to have some sunshine the low raking light illuminates the walkways and creates intriguing silhouettes.

We like to share these transient treasures, so Sunday opening offers a chance for our busy visitors to have a couple of hours of healthy pootering outdoors.

Of course it’s still a bit parky, so we have opened our 18th century Greenhouse (sometimes known as the Orangery) for people to find shelter and get a cup of warming chocolate.

On some of the days we will also strike up the firepit and indulge in toasted marshmallows and have some simple family crafts too.

Entry on Sunday 4th March is free

 

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Snow Stops Sunday Saunter – Sorry

Cancelled today sorry

Sometimes all you want on Sunday afternoon at this time of year is a bit of fresh air and a stretching of the legs.

No kitting up for a long walk in the hills, just a stroll around a green and peaceful place…

This winter we are having a series of special weekend openings at the Gardens with this need in mind. There are five ‘Sunday Saunters’ between the end of January and the beginning of the season in April.

Late Winter and early Spring is also just a fascinating time in our Gardens.. the snowdrops, aconites and hellebores begin to emerge. As the days get longer the birds (and the box hedges!) get more active. Soon our drifts of daffodils begin to shoot up. When we are lucky enough to have some sunshine the low raking light illuminates the walkways and creates intriguing silhouettes.

We like to share these transient treasures, so Sunday opening offers a chance for our busy visitors to have a couple of hours of healthy pootering outdoors.

Of course it’s still a bit parky, so we have opened our 18th century Greenhouse (sometimes known as the Orangery) for people to find shelter and get a cup of warming chocolate.

On some of the days we will also strike up the firepit and indulge in toasted marshmallows and have some simple family crafts too.

Entry on Sunday 4th March is free

 

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Wedding Fair with Elite Tents

Another special opening in the early season. This weekend we also welcome one of our partners: Elite Tents.
We’re honoured and delighted to host this year’s Wedding Fair.
Elite know our site well and together we offer an amazing friendly and delightful venue for outdoor weddings.

Come and see just what an environment thay can make for you. A host of suppliers to speak to too.
While you’re here, wander the extensive grounds to see the snowdrops, aconites and emerging daffodils.
FREE entry

See the poster here: Castle Bromwich Hall Gardens Open Day March 2018

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Wedding Fair with Elite Tents

Another special opening in the early season. This weekend we also welcome one of our partners: Elite Tents.
We’re honoured and delighted to host this year’s Wedding Fair.
Elite know our site well and together we offer an amazing friendly and delightful venue for outdoor weddings.

Come and see just what an environment thay can make for you. A host of suppliers to speak to too.
While you’re here, wander the extensive grounds to see the snowdrops, aconites and emerging daffodils.
FREE entry

See the poster here: Castle Bromwich Hall Gardens Open Day March 2018

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Membership 2018

On this form you can become a member of the Gardens and also renew a current membership. When you have completed the form, please click on the link to the online payment page. You can pay by Credit Card or by Paypal (you do not have to have a paypal account ).

Thank you for joining us and helping the Gardens to provide pleasure for all our vistors .

Click the link to purchase your membership HERE

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Snow Stops Sunday Saunter – Sorry

Cancelled today sorry

Sometimes all you want on Sunday afternoon at this time of year is a bit of fresh air and a stretching of the legs.

No kitting up for a long walk in the hills, just a stroll around a green and peaceful place…

This winter we are having a series of special weekend openings at the Gardens with this need in mind. There are five ‘Sunday Saunters’ between the end of January and the beginning of the season in April.

Late Winter and early Spring is also just a fascinating time in our Gardens.. the snowdrops, aconites and hellebores begin to emerge. As the days get longer the birds (and the box hedges!) get more active. Soon our drifts of daffodils begin to shoot up. When we are lucky enough to have some sunshine the low raking light illuminates the walkways and creates intriguing silhouettes.

We like to share these transient treasures, so Sunday opening offers a chance for our busy visitors to have a couple of hours of healthy pootering outdoors.

Of course it’s still a bit parky, so we have opened our 18th century Greenhouse (sometimes known as the Orangery) for people to find shelter and get a cup of warming chocolate.

On some of the days we will also strike up the firepit and indulge in toasted marshmallows and have some simple family crafts too.

Entry on Sunday 4th March is free

 

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