Shopping for Dads can be a tough task. He’s already experienced years of the customary socks, gadgets and booze, and there’s only so many ties a man can own! So if you’re looking for some different things to do on Father’s Day 2019 that will make it the best one yet, look no further than the Trentham Estate.
Trentham celebrates 15 years of reopening from the 29 May 2019 and there's been countless highlights in that time. Here is our pick of a "Top 15 memories over the last 15 years". Did yours make the list?
Enjoy a fun packed family day out at Trentham this May Half Term week, with plenty of exciting adventures to discover in the gardens and shopping village. You can find new Fairies, build sandcastles, get crafty in the shopping village, help save the monkeys and enjoy a treetop adventure.
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.
There's cracking holiday fun to be had at Trentham Gardens this Easter with Lambing Live, Mythical Creatures' Nests to discover, Fairies to spot adventure playgrounds to tackle and the inaugural Spring Bulb Festival. There's 20% off online bookings too!
A hospice today launches a special campaign inspired by former service user Charlotte Thom which will culminate in a stunning butterfly themed art installation at the heart of the world-renowned gardens at the Trentham Estate.
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.
Spring has certainly arrived at Trentham, with intense bursts of vibrant colour as we move into March. Arriving in the Italian Garden from the visitor centre will see you greeted with glowing banks of Narcissus tumbling down the hillside from the tea rooms in the distance.
Everyone at Trentham Gardens was really saddened to hear of the death of Gordon Banks. He was a regular visitor and we loved seeing his smiling face walking around the lake and gardens. We know he'll be missed by staff and visitors alike who were in awe of this humble legend.
After some wintery weather over the last few weeks the gardening team have welcomed the milder, sunny days. We've been able to start clearing away the dead material from flower beds to make way for the new shoots of spring.