Trentham Estate Blog
The Trentham blog is written to keep you up-to-date with all things Trentham.
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.
Contrasting with the light and excitement of Christmas, January and February can be dark, quiet, and cold. As a result, it’s easy to feel a little gloomy and lacking in motivation this time of year.
A wintery chill has filled the air, the hat and gloves are on, and Christmas is just around the corner. As excitement for Christmas begins to build, the magic of Trentham’s Shopping Village is building too...
We first renamed Black Friday in November 2015 to raise funds for Shelter and this year we’ve taken things one step further, baking our pies in a black charcoal-pastry.
One of the England’s most-visited garden attractions provides a spectacular show for winter: a perfect natural wonderland for a seasonal walk complete with fragrant woodland trails, and even frosty fairies.
October half term is an opportunity to plan in some fun activities with the kids, grandkids, or children in your care. However, as the school holidays seem to appear from nowhere (every single time!) it can be difficult to plan entertaining and affordable activities at the last minute.
This month has been a good chance for the gardens team to crack on with making sure everything looks sharp and neat before the winter weather sets in. We’ve been clipping the Portugese laurels (Prunus lusitanica) in their beautiful Versaille inspired containers down the main walk of the Italian Garden.
Visitors to The Trentham Estate can help say ‘Thank You’ to all those who served and sacrificed in the First World War during a special remembrance event within the Shopping Village later this month.
In August we had a visit from the designer Tom Stuart-Smith. As regular readers of the garden’s blog will know, his design for the garden is the centrepiece to its successful rejuvenation. There is an amazing range of plants selected to suit our site, including some that you don’t often see in gardens open to the public.