It’s not just about beautiful autumnal colours at Staffordshire’s historic Trentham Gardens, but thanks to innovative planting, this is a place to experience the sights, smells and sounds of autumn.
Having established itself as one of the Midlands’ favourite summer concert venues, The Trentham Estate is now moving swiftly up the charts by hosting its very own boutique two-day music festival - in partnership with Piper Music - at the end of September.
Trentham Monkey Forest is thrilled to announce the first babies since 2017 have been born. The staff at Monkey Forest spotted females showing signs of pregnancy in recent weeks and have been eagerly awaiting these special arrivals
Trentham’s bustling shopping village has been one of the Estate’s great success stories since it reopened to the public 15 years ago; so, the arrival of some more new faces is always likely to be of interest to locals and visitors from further afield.
Butterflies are set to emerge as the newest art installation at Staffordshire’s award-winning Trentham Gardens - creating a stunning visitor attraction, as well as raising funds for a local hospice.
Staffordshire’s Trentham Estate is set to turn the clocks back this June, when the parkland will echo to the nostalgic sounds of 1940s Big Band swing to celebrate the gardens 15th anniversary, and commemorate the 75th anniversary of the D Day Landings.
Staffordshire’s award-winning Trentham Gardens will burst to life - and riot of colour - for its first ever Spring Festival to celebrate the 15th anniversary of the historic estate re-opening to the public.
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.
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.
Visitors to The Trentham Estate are being offered the chance to commemorate the end of the First World War and say ‘Thank You’ to all who served and sacrificed – by turning a green ‘field’ red with poppies at the popular Shopping Village.