Agnieszka Michalik

    • 26 January 2021

      “Snowdrops. Theirs is a fragile but hardy celebration… in the teeth of winter.”
      Louise Wilder

      Never has venturing out into fresh air and open spaces for exercise been so important than now – and this is the perfect time to take advantage of the early spring gardens here at Wentworth Woodhouse. The resilient spirit of the house is symbolised by the arrival of the brave and beautiful snowdrop.

    • 8 January 2021

      Initially, when new of the pandemic hit and lockdown followed, like everyone we were shocked and imagined the worst. But actually, we were able to find silver linings during the months that followed. Everyone rushed to help, and that was so heartening. It came from volunteers, who decided to create a stream of morale-boosting videos about life at the house, right through to the funders who acted immediately to support the devastated heritage sector.

    • 4 December 2020

      Is there no end to the talents of our volunteers? A team of 22 are now in training as film-makers! Normally their invaluable help is given in our gardens, on house tours or supporting our Front of House, maintenance and events staff. Now they have signed up to become an important part of the Wentworth Woodhouse Digital Programme, which will be launched in 2021.