Award-winning Trentham Gardens was a riot of colour for its first-ever Spring Bulb Festival in 2019, and for 2020 one of England’s most visited paid-for gardens is promising an even bigger display with thousands of extra bulbs.
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This February we are asking you to #ShowtheLove for everything we want to protect from the climate crisis. With that in mind, this February Half Term (15-23 February) at Trentham Gardens you can discover more about the conservation work that is already taking place and what is planned for the future, as well as learning how you can do your bit to help the planet.
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and you don’t have to go far to find Valentine’s inspiration at Trentham Shopping Village.
Doug Hyde, the man described by the BBC’s art correspondent as ‘the UK’s most popular living artist’, will be making a personal appearance at The Original Art Shop, Trentham on Sunday 1st March 2020.
John Lewis has done it. M&S and Sainsbury’s do it. And, of course, Coca Cola has been doing it for years. Now, The Trentham Estate has launched its own Christmas advert, focusing on the famous Trentham fairies which have cast enough of a spell in recent years to transform this top attraction into a magical kingdom…and who now spring to life in a new festive commercial.
The festive season is now upon us and this can be seen on the Shopping Village by the vast expanse of lights and the installation of the 24ft high Norway Spruce Christmas tree taking centre stage. The team install one and a half miles of lights to ensure Trentham looks its best for Santa's arrival.
Festive fun at award-winning Trentham Gardens always offers a Christmas mix of sparkling wintry gardens, frosty fairies and seasonal shopping – but this year, how about Yeti snowballing or have-a-go Festive Frisbee?