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Following the successful completion of the first phase of the restoration of Sewerby Hall, supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund, the council’s contractor, William Birch & Sons, will soon start on the second phase of the project.
As work begins on phase two, which will see the interior of the stately home restored, to how it would have looked in the year 1900, visitors are reminded that the hall itself will close to the public from Monday, 2 September 2013 onwards.
Works will include the reinstatement of a fully-functioning service wing and working kitchen. The historic family interiors will be refurbished with specially selected pieces of furniture from the national collection at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London.
Work is anticipated to be complete in summer 2014.
While the hall is closed, visitors can still enjoy the fifty acre site, which includes the Pleasure and Walled gardens, Woodland Walk and zoo.
The new Stables retail and catering unit is fully up and running and visitors can enjoy a Mr Moo’s ice cream, sandwich or coffee in the wonderful sun-trapping courtyard.
Formerly gatehouses and lodge to the Grade 1 listed Georgian House of Sewerby Hall, these period properties have been carefully renovated to a very good standard, resulting in three unique detached holiday cottages. Visitors can enjoy access to Sewerby Hall and Gardens (hall open Easter to September) with its impressive historic interiors, collection of memorabilia once owned by the famous local aviator, Amy Johnson and a frequently changing exhibition programme. The 50-acres of grounds with spectacular views over Bridlington Bay include the award-winning landscaped gardens and numerous woodland walks, with a huge variety of
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This brand new booklet contains puzzles, quizzes and fantastic facts together with numerous hands-on activities to carry out around the estate which can then be followed up at home, school or on the internet.
The zoo, the gardens, the Clock Tower Tea Rooms and the hall are all featured in the guide. The booklet also contains various stickers that children can use in the book itself or to decorate other places.
The price is £1 per copy and includes ten per cent discount at the Clock Tower Tea Rooms. Available from any pay box, the gift shop or the estate office.
Sewerby Hall and Gardens now produces its own weekly "What's On" email. If you would like to be added to our list of subscribers, please email email@example.com stating "What's On subscription".
If you’re planning a visit to Sewerby Hall and Gardens, this website will help you to make the most of your day, and will certainly offer plenty to whet everyone’s appetite for a great day out. You can print off maps, floor plans, woodland trails and activity sheets, as well as checking opening times throughout the year.
From local history to natural history, you’ll find plenty of background notes to help you with your homework.
There’s a whole section of fun and games for the kids to play with online or print off for hours of fun at home.
Family events, concerts and exhibitions are all part of the fun at Sewerby Hall. Check out what’s coming up in the next few months at our Events page.
Everything we do at Sewerby Hall and Gardens is for your enjoyment. We look forward to hearing all about your visit, and welcome your feedback about this website too!
Sewerby Hall Brochure 2013 (863kb)