Capability Brown festival launch

Lytham Hall has been chosen as the venue to host the Capability Brown Festival launch in the North West. Set for Wednesday 16 March, the historic country house will host a full day of talks and tours, which will be of interest to all people interested in garden history. Keynote speaker Dr David Jacques, author of Georgian Gardens: The Reign of Nature will talk about “Lancelot Brown, Gardener to His Majesty at Hampton Court” in the morning. The day is organised by the Lancashire Gardens Trust in association with Heritage Trust for the North West, the charity that manages Lytham Hall. John Miller, Chief Executive of HTNW said: “There are not many gardens in Lancashire that had any direct work

Bags of Help

Bags of Help offers community groups and projects in each of Tesco’s 390 regions across the UK a share of revenue generated from the five pence charge levied on single-use carrier bags. The public will now vote in store from 27 February until 6 March on who should receive the £12,000, £10,000 and £8,000 awards. We have exciting news: we are shortlisted to win Tesco's Bags of Help for our Kitchen Garden project and we would be delighted to win any of the awards. The Kitchen Garden project is a community project which would see a kitchen garden built adjacent to the bee hives at the back of the tea room. We plan to grow salad leaves and herbs, which will be used in our tea room kitchen. There


The short days of mid February may be cold and wintry at present, but the prospects for the programme of four outdoor plays to be staged at Lytham Hall this summer are already distinctly bright. Julian Wilde, organiser of the open air season is delighted with the response to the recent announcement of the programme for the summer months of 2016. “Emily Brontë, Shakespeare, Gilbert and Sullivan and Roald Dahl is proving a diverse and appealing line-up and there have already been plenty of enquiries about tickets, particularly for the Roald Dahl family show,” he said. Pat Booth from Plackitt and Booth’s Booksellers in Lytham’s Clifton Street, one of seven local ticket outlets, confirms tha



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