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Hughenden Manor to reopen doors for spring
HUGHENDEN Manor reopens its doors to the public this month, following a brief respite for the manor after a busy Christmas period.
Staff at the popular National Trust property have been working hard to prepare the manor for the new season which opens on February 16, and have pieced together an exciting programme of events, crafts and shows to keep visitors entertained throughout 2013.
This half term young visitors can design and make their own family coat of arms, and there will be free talks and tours. There’s also a bushcraft event for those wishing to try their hand at outdoor fire lighting and den building.
Further exciting developments are also planned in the manor, with three new rooms opening to the public later on in the year. Heritage manager, Robert Bandy said: "2013 promises to be one of the most exciting years at Hughenden for quite some time. We’ve already been bouyed by the return of water to the chalk stream, and can’t wait to tell the stories of this wonderful place to all visitors old and new."
Admission to House and Gardens - free for National Trust members and under 5s/ Adult £8.50/ Child £4.25. Visit www.nationaltrust.org.uk/hughenden or phone 01494 755573 for further info.
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