Trentham Lakeside
Fishing at Trentham
Fishing at Trentham

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Fishing at Trentham

Trentham’s lake is a magnet for anglers. There are 55 pegs around over 2 miles of lakeside within Trentham Gardens. Last season saw some exceptional fishing by anglers with good catches of all species taken throughout the year, from all around the lake. Please be advised that fishing at Trentham is only permitted to Annual Fishing Permit holders, we do not offer day tickets.

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Trentham Boat Club

Based at the scenic mile long Trentham Lake (designed by Capability Brown), you can access the Boathouse via the south entrance via the Monkey Forest car park.
The club aims to encourage rowing for all. No previous experience is required for the Learn to Row sessions. It is never too late to learn to row either. Many people come into rowing when the rigour of contact sports, such as rugby, begins to pall.

More info can be found on Trentham Boat Club's website

Trentham Canoe Club

Trentham Canoe Club is a registered CASC (Community Amateur Sports Club). We are one of the largest canoe clubs in Staffordshire offering opportunities for children and adults of all abilities in fun, recreational canoeing and competitive kayaking.
In the glorious setting of Trentham Gardens, paddling on the substantial mile-long, manmade lake, we offer involvement in all popular water disciplines including: recreational canoeing,

More info can be found on Trentham Canoe Club's website

Balloons UK

Locals to Trentham will have spotted the Trentham Hot Air Balloon, which is operated by Balloons UK and flies from The Trentham Estate regularly through the Summer.
To book a flight please visit their website

To book a flight please visit Balloons UK

Trentham Parish Church

Trentham Parish Church is located at the head of the Italian Gardens, where Trentham Hall once stood, and they welcome you to visit. There has been a place of worship at Trentham since the 7th Century. The Norman pillars of a previous church were incorporated into the present building.

Discover more about the church on their website