Come and join us for Friends of Bank Hall’s next event:
National Tree Week & Christmas Crafts Open Day on Sunday 29th November 2015 from 11am-3pm in the stunning setting of the derelict manor house Bank Hall, Bretherton – no matter what the weather!
Looking for an outdoor Christmas Crafts fair in a beautiful setting to buy handmade Christmas gifts?
Interested in nature, history and rare specimens of trees? Or even just looking for somewhere to go on a peaceful Sunday walk?
With numerous interactive stalls of handcrafted Christmas gifts ideas, birds of prey for you to hold and have your picture taken with, Tree “Talk & Walk” tours and historical tours of the hall and grounds taken by our own expert volunteers, plus kids games and colouring; there’s something for all the family to enjoy.
Dogs are welcome but must be kept on short, non-extendable leads at all times. Please clear up after your pet to ensure the enjoyment of all.
Please be aware that some of the ground is slightly uneven, particularly in the woods, and therefore, may not be suitable for prams and disability access.
As a charity, a portion of all profits made by sellers on the day will go to the Friends of Bank Hall Charity so please come and purchase lots of fabulous interesting gifts for friends and family.
Entry is only £2 for adults and FREE for children.
For more information about Bank Hall, please check out their Facebook page: or visit their website.
Would you like to have a stroll around this old place? Let us know in the comments below.