Events at Local properties

These events have been given to us by Local NT properties. Please check that they are still going ahead as we are not told of cancellations.

 Anglesey Abbey

Anglesey Abbey has periods in the year with something to offer, free for national Trust members or where normal admission prices apply.
 
February - our gardens are transformed into a sea of white as over 270 varieties of snowdrop herald the arrival of spring.
March – see spring bulbs as they emerge in the gardens.
June/July – our Herbacious border at its best and our rose gardens in bloom.
September - see the beautiful colour and varieties of dahlia in our garden. The House will also be decorated with beautiful displays.
November – Winter lights.
December – The house is opened to celebrate the preparations for Christmas in the 1960’s.

  Flatford

Events
14 – 17th April.  Easter Egg hunt.  11.00 – 16.00
 
1st May.    Valley Farm May Day event  11.00 –  16.00
 
11th June.  Valley Farm lawn – A concert for Constable with the West Bergholt Concert Band  (time to be confirmed)
 
28th July.    A Midsummer Night’s Dream  (evening, time to be confirmed)
 
26th August.  The Wind in the Willows  (afternoon, time to be confirmed)

Heritage open day

9th September when Valley Farm, Thorrington Hall

Christmas weekends  (Sherman's will be open)

 25 -26th November
 2 - 3rd December.

Art exhibitions for 2017 in the Boathouse Gallery.
 
4 March-1 May 'Four Friends'

An  exhibition of work by Charlotte Stewart, Dina Southwell, Mathilde van der Does de Willebois and Zara Chancellor all live within 10 miles of Flatford & have known each other for a number of years.
                               
6 May-24  June 'Portraits of British Trees'
Janet  French and Emma Buckmaster make etchings of British Trees and print them onto paper made from the tree’s own leaves. A willow print has been made especially for Flatford with a printmaking demonstration on 29th May.
 

1July- 26 August 'Observations and Recollections'
Essex-based artist Paul Finn has spent the last year painting Constable country in all seasons. A book and a film about his experience is being produced to promote this exhibition
 
2 Sept-20 Oct ‘In Constable’s Footsteps’
Louise Balaam is a landscape painter whose work is based on an emotional response to the landscape, particularly the quality of light. She has always had a huge admiration for Constable's paintings.