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The Trentham blog is written to keep you up-to-date with all things Trentham.
There are a variety of wonderful things to see around the woodland and lakeside at this time of year. Here's what to look out for... With a lovely sunny end to February, we are wrapping up warm again going into a very chilly start to March. We have so much colour poking through around the lakeside though promising warmer days!
New Spanish tapas restaurant Can Do Cocina hopes to appeal to everyone’s taste and go down a treat with visitors.
Learn about the Climate Coalition's Show The Love campaign and how we're doing our bit to look after nature and protect the things we love for the future. Discover some tips to make a positive change in your gardens, benefiting your local environment plus your health and wellbeing.
The Trentham Estate is open in line with the Government Guidelines for the National Lockdown, this includes the Gardens and the Shopping Village, Garden Centre and for other essential retail, hospitality for takeaway and to facilitate click and collect where available.
Winter always brings a seasonal treat for visitors to Trentham Gardens, but this year a spot of fresh air, glistening landscapes and a sense of wellbeing look even more welcoming than ever.
Despite the current National Restrictions closing non-essential shops, new developments behind-the-scenes at Trentham Shopping Village look set to build on its success as one of the busiest high streets in Staffordshire. Though many of the shops still have their shutters tightly shut due to the Government’s latest restrictions, new stores are set to arrive soon, boosting the eclectic mix of retail stores on offer when the Village fully opens again.
Four Aberdeen-Angus cattle have joined the parkland teams at the Trentham Estate to help restore and maintain heathland and woodland pasture at the popular visitor attraction.
No trick or treating this year? Don’t panic! Dress up, visit the monkeys, and enter Trentham Monkey Forest’s Fancy Dress Competition instead. After what has been a spooky and strange year all round, the attraction, home to 140 free-roaming Barbary macaques, want to make sure children don’t miss out on the fun of dressing up this Halloween.
Top tourist attraction The Trentham Estate is forging a new partnership with Staffordshire University to offer students volunteering opportunities to help boost business studies. Boasting award-winning gardens and a track record in delivering popular events, Trentham is to recruit a group of events volunteers to give students valuable insight into the events industry.