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Latest news & events

    • Servants’ quarters at Wentworth Woodhouse ‘star’ in new Netflix drama The Irregulars

      Long-abandoned servants’ quarters at Wentworth Woodhouse are about to be streamed into the living rooms of crime drama fans in over 190 countries

    • THE SNOWDROP VOLUNTEERS – THEY DIVIDE, AND WON’T BE CONQUERED!

      Dig, divide, plant, repeat! Chanted every February by Wentworth Woodhouse’s army of gardening volunteers. Every year, but this…
    • It's one year since the UK first went into lockdown...

      a time to reflect on the many changes the pandemic has caused to our lives, and how far we have journeyed together.

      Wentworth Woodhouse Preservation Trust would like to thank every member of staff, every volunteer and supporter for the unfailing support they have shown us during these difficult and challenging months.

      Your patience and understanding of the steps we have had to take to keep you safe, your donations, acts of kindness and simply the fact that you kept Wentworth Woodhouse in your hearts - it means so much.

    • Our Annual Report for 2020 is out now!

      We're proud of our achievements here at Wentworth Woodhouse, please download our latest Annual Review to see the work of the Wentworth Woodhouse Preservation Trust in detail...

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  • Welcome to our new series of short films featuring staff and volunteers sharing their favourite things in and around @Wentworth_House and put together by our fabulous team of volunteers. Who better to kick things off than Head Gardener, Scott Jamieson! https://t.co/MRfTKYT5ER

    20 hours ago
  • RT @jemmskii: Another glorious day in the gardens at @Wentworth_House - the volunteers are so lovely, it makes such a difference to be given a friendly, kind welcome (especially lovely when they don’t mind spending time answering questions and chatting to an inquisitive 3 year old!) ☀️🌱🍦 https://t.co/bT01n00ayf

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  • COVID-19 Update

    Head to the glorious private gardens of Wentworth Woodhouse and stay as long as you like in the most picturesque of settings. We have meadows and woodland to roam in and historic landmarks to discover. The gardens are open every Wednesday to Sunday from 10am to 5pm and during school holidays we will be open every day, giving families plenty of opportunities to visit safely. From April 12th, The easing of pandemic regulations means visitors can take a seat and enjoy the views on the West Terrace while they enjoy tasty food and drink from our garden food kiosk, open daily 10-4pm Young visitors can Follow The Flock and discover little wooden birds hidden throughout the garden. A Trail Map, available for a small donation to the Trust, will guide you. The Flock, Wentworth Woodhouse's outdoor art installation to mark the pandemic, took over the East Front lawns last autumn thanks to local people who hand-decorated 10,000 birds with their thoughts and memories. Now 500 birds are being 'released' for sale. Look out for them on our fundraising stand and head to our new garden cabins to see mini flocks on display. The cabins will be ready to hire from June for everything from family afternoon teas and children's parties to craft sessions. From April 15th, children will also be able to play in the Mud Kitchen and a choice of games set up on the lawns. From May 19th This is the day everyone at Wentworth Woodhouse is looking forward to - it's when the Mansion will open up again. Morning visitors can enjoy tours with our knowledgeable guides and in the afternoons, the 'free-flow' open house afternoons we launched last summer will return and the tearoom will re-open. Government health and safety guidelines will be closely followed throughout the house and gardens at all times. Entry will be via timed tickets, purchased online, to ensure we can avoid queues and bottlenecks. Please book ahead to avoid disappointment. Book here We have a duty to ensure the safety of our staff, visitors and the local community in Wentworth. We ask all visitors to follow these restrictions and respect social distancing, signage and one-way systems and thank everyone for their patience as we carefully implement our reopening plan