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Events



Events at the Garden

Our programme is regularly updated - please check back for updates, and don't miss our courses page.

Rococo Garden Sprites
Tuesdays during term time plus summer holiday specials 7, 14 & 21 August 2018, 10am-12noon
A chance for children between 18 months and 4 years to stroll through our gorgeous Garden to the enchanted woodland to play, explore and create some natural crafts. The sessions are a mixture of guided activities and free play for which we have a range of resources on hand. There's mud play, walks, stories, wild art, bug hunting and generally having a lovely, relaxing time.  Limited availability - book direct with Nature Connections.


Summer holiday trail - The Garden of Lost Things
Saturday 21st July - Sunday 2nd September, 10.30am-4.30pm
A brand new trail for the summer holidays featuring specially-created characters by author and illustrator Hannah Shaw. Young adventurers will set out on a journey to help our very own Snowdrop Bunny find all the items her friends have lost around the Garden.  Along the way you will all learn some fascinating facts about the animals that call the Rococo Garden their home - and there's some puzzling to be done and a prize to be won.  And best of all, the trail is free of charge - normal admission charges apply.

The Three Musketeers - IK Productions
Sunday 26th & Monday 27th August, 3.30pm
Come on a whistle-stop tour of France with three daring heros who busy themselves saving the day as they travel the length and breadth of the country.  IKP return with a hilarious comedy adaptation of the classic novel.  Expect plenty of swashbuckling, sword-fights and subterfuge in this fast-paced and quick-witted performance. Suitable for all ages, under 3's are free. Tickets include access to the Garden and are on sale from www.everymantheatre.org.uk.

Rococo After Dark - Dusk Bat Walk
Friday 14th September, 7.15pm
Come and find out about the bats and moths which make the Garden their home as we walk with experts from Butterfly Conservation. Tickets are free thanks to support from the Heritage Lottery-funded Back from the Brink project but are strictly limited. For more info and how to book, please click here.

Family Autumn Festival

Saturday 20th - Sunday 21st October, 10.30am - 5pm
Our annual celebration of everything harvest, including apple juicing, heritage produce displays, tastings, an autumn trail and a chance to bake an apple on our open fire. Normal admission applies.


For more information about any of our events please get in touch and a member of our team will be more than happy to help. See also our courses which run throughout the year.