For 10 days,from Saturday 18 to Monday 27 August, we have carte blanche to wander through 160 art venues through Hampshire. It is a MAJOR art trail – and not for the faint hearted. You will definitely need your GPS!
But it is an amazing, wonderful and heart warming trail. For 9 days artists in Hampshire open their studio doors to the public, to share their passion, their delight, their creativity and their love of their ar.
Imagine inviting your wedding guests to your romantic 17th century manor house, with its timeless English country garden and an award-winning chef on hand to create a fabulous wedding banquet.
Show them to their beautiful suite with its four-poster bed, chat to them over Champagne and canapes in grounds fragrant with honeysuckle and roses, and let the Master of Ceremonies guide you effortlessly through the day.
This wonderful dream could…
This year’s top spectator attractions were gigantic: in the main rings the amazing Ben Atkinson with his team of horses and brave stunt ridersand the Mounted Hunter games both enthralled and delighted the crowds.
Meanwhile close to the Forestry Commission corner the Shire horses resplendently turned out enjoyed their own in hand classes, a spectacle in their own right allowing the public to get up really close to these magnificent creatures.
Fingers crossed the weather stays mainly dry for this weekend's second annual Lymington Seafood Festival, with its fabulous line up of food, cookery demonstrations and talks, and live music all weekend.
Along with the food and drink stalls lining the perimeter of the Festival within Bath Road and Lymington River (what a fabulous setting!), many local businesses will be there to meet you. They have all contributed to making the Festival possible so please do stop and have a chat with…
On a gloriously sunny day we escaped the hustle and bustle of Lymington's High Street for lunch in the calming garden at the Bosun's Chair. Close your eyes for a moment and imagine a spacious and serene oasis, fragrant with lavendar and peaceful save for the distant hum of bumble bees.
Lymington is well known for pubs - it once had as many as forty in its heyday as a bustling port - but few centrally located eateries can match…
Five years since its creation by London based curators Patrick Keogh and Clare Conville the Curious Arts Festival is now firmly on the map of British Festivals. Thanks to the hospitality of Lord and Lady Teynham who own the Pylewell Estate this magical rural waterside setting with views across the Solent to the Isle of Wight now takes on an “other world” dimension for three amazing days every July. If you keep thinking about it but haven't experienced it yet, just to…
This August as a part of their 2020 Vision, Transition Lymington challenge us to reap the rewards - grow your own, make your own, pick your own... take a look at the inspiring ideas below.
2020 Vision was launched by Transition Lymington in May 2018, with the objective of reminding ourselves why we love Lymington and what we can do to help enjoy it and protect it, making a sustainable community for the future. In May the challenge was to observe and interact with our…
A first class lunch served in style to our table in a divine setting looking out over the Lymington River and across the Solent to the Isle of Wight, what more could one ask for on a beautiful summer’s day?
We had the choice of the ‘Terrace Menu’, sitting out in the sunshine (or in the shade) on the stylish terrace, a sandwich menu or a more substantial set of options in the restaurant itself – in our case at
Based in the heart of the Beaulieu Estate at our woodland activity site, your children will get the opportunity to learn new skills and make new friends all under the supervision of our experienced activity instructors.
The group will begin the day learning Bushcraft skills such as foraging and shelter building before testing their aim with a bow at our Archery range.
After refuelling for Lunch, we'll spend an afternoon swinging from the trees on our Ropes Course.
Our Holiday Adventure Days make the perfect school holiday activity for children aged 8-14 years.
£35 per child.
Thursday 5th April
Tuesday 10th April
May Half Term
Thursday 31st May
Tuesday 24th July
Thursday 2nd August
Tuesday 7th August
Thursday 16th August
Tuesday 21st August
Thursday 30th August
October Half Term
Tuesday 23rd October
Visit our website for more information or alternatively, call us on 01590 612377 to book your preferred date.
Can’t make these dates? For 1-3 children get in touch to register your interest in another date. If you already have 4 or more, call us now!
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