What's on at Lytham Hall

What's on at Lytham Hall

Take a look at what’s on at Lytham Hall.

All events correct at time of publication. Please check with Lytham Hall/individual events organisers before travelling.

What’s On at Lytham Hall

Plant Fair

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Sunday 3 June from 11am – 4pm
Admission: Free entry, £1 parking

Our first own-organised plant fair. Come and pick up bedding plants, learn about the kitchen garden and join outdoor tours.

What's on at Lytham Hall - Plant Fair
What’s on at Lytham Hall – Plant Fair

Flower Arranging Workshop

Sunday 3rd June – Taster fun afternoon
Grounds Open/Timings: 11.00am – 4.00pm
Admission: £20

Support arts and crafts at the hall, we are delighted that Michelle will be hosting more sort after flower workshops in the old kitchen during this year, impress your friends with your new skills, flowers are the ideal gift for family or friends,
All flowers foliage, containers, oasis, sundries provided in cost, bring along own cutters, TEXT to book 07826793439

Prosecco Event

Friday 8th and Saturday 9th June
Timings: Friday evening, Saturday afternoon, Saturday evening
Admission: Tickets start from £10.00 To book www.proseccoeventsuk.com.

Wire Events are bringing their renowned Prosecco Festival to the grounds of Lytham Hall. Featuring unbridled pleasure in the form of more than 20 different types of Prosecco and a fabulous range of cocktails that will really rock your world!

Lytham Club Day

Saturday 23 June – Timings: TBC
Admission: TBC

For the fifth year in a row, Club Day returns to Lytham Hall for Rose Queen crowning and family entertainments. Catch a bus down the drive and enjoy a splendid afternoon and evening.

Mega Mini Meet

Sunday 1 July from 11.00am – 4.00pm
Admission: TBC

The Mega Mini Meet annual visit to Lytham Hall, which promises to be another spectacular as previous years. Think Minis, think music, think food.

Classic Cars

Sunday 22 July from 10.0.0am – 4.00pm
Admission: £7.00 per person

Lytham Halls east lawn will turn into a vintage car park, in the best possible way. Come and marvel at stunning displays of classic cars and motorbikes.

What's on at Lytham Hall - Classic Car Show
What’s on at Lytham Hall – Classic Car Show

For more information or if you would like to exhibit your classic vehicle: contact Mark Woodward on 016974 51882

Classic Bus Display and Running Day

Monday 27 August from 10am – 4pm
Admission: Free, no cars on site, just buses to ride and to admire.

Vintage Buses - what's on at Lytham Hall
Vintage Buses at Lytham Hall

Ribble Vehicle Preservation Trust return for their popular annual running and display day. Buses to ride on and to admire. Last year Over 1500 people enjoyed …..free rides….between the Hall and St Anne’s Square via Fairhaven Lake….Fun for all the family.

Heritage Open Day

Sunday 9 September from 10am – 4pm
Admission: Free

Steam and Vintage Vehicle Rally

Saturday 15 & Sunday 16 September from 10am – 4pm
Admission: £7 adult, £6 concessions, £4 children; family ticket £20. Under 11 free

2018 will see the return of the Steam Fair, organised by Lytham Rotary Club.

Parking off site at Ribble House – vintage buses to bring you to Lytham Hall.

Expect large steam, miniature steam, stationary steam, tractors, jeeps, cars and bikes plus fun fair and plenty of stalls, with the odd steam punker putting the icing on the cake.

Winter Art and Craft Fair

Saturday 17 & Sunday 18 November from 11.00am – 4.00pm
Admission: Free, parking £1

The Winter Art Fair will make a spectacular return to Lytham Hall this November with a dazzling selection array of locally made art, craft and design on offer. Back for the 5th year, this popular event will take place across the weekend of the 17th and 18th November. Over 30 makers from across the Northwest will be showing and selling their work with handmade wares ranging from vibrant and stylish textiles to wonderful one-off jewellery – an ideal start to your Christmas shopping!

With free entry to the fair all weekend, it’s a great opportunity to explore the stunning surroundings as you journey around the stalls. Doors open 11am to 4pm.

• Free entry to the fair
• Parking (small charge) and refreshments available in the cafe
• Debit & Credit card accepted
• Wheelchair accessible, with lift
• Hall tours will be available

What’s On at Lytham Hall – Regular Events and Activities

Winter Woodland Creature Trail
Admission: £1 for a trail from the tearoom or office

Find 14 woodland animals and birds hidden around our woods. Answers can be found in the display cabinet in the Tearoom foyer.

Weekly Parkrun
Saturdays from 9am-10am
Admission: free entry for parkrunners, parking on site £1

For avid runners and new keen runners alike. See parkrun website for further details. Please note these activities are organised by separate external groups with Lytham Hall as the venue – any changes to the regular programme will be communicated through their websites, not this one.

Weekly Nordic Walking
Tuesday and Friday at10am
Admission: see Nordic walking website for details

For a complete body workout and creating a better posture. Please note these activities are organised by separate external groups with Lytham Hall as the venue – any changes to the regular programme will be communicated through their websites, not this one.

Civic Society Coffee Morning
Every second Tuesday of the month at 10am
Admission: Free to attend, purchase your drinks in the tea room.

Please note these activities are organised by separate external groups with Lytham Hall as the venue – any changes to the regular programme will be communicated through their websites, not this one.

Pram Fitness
Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays at 10.00am
Admission: contact Michelle for details, viabright-bears@hotmail.com

‌Please note these activities are organised by separate external groups with Lytham Hall as the venue – any changes to the regular programme will be communicated through their websites, not this one.

Fun in the Sun, Outdoor Play with Bright Bears
Tuesdays 11am – 12pm, meet at the tea room, weather dependent
Admission: £3 a session, contact 07745766010 www.bright-bears.co.uk

30 minutes of Singing, dancing, puppets, instruments, props and the parachute. Then 30 minutes of Free play. Suitable from 8 weeks to 4 years. Please note these activities are organised by separate external groups with Lytham Hall as the venue – any changes to the regular programme will be communicated through their websites, not this one.

From Couch to 5K women’s running group
Fridays from 13 January at 11.00am
Admission: contact Jonas Bartle on viajonas.bartle@fyldecoastymca.org

Please note these activities are organised by separate external groups with Lytham Hall as the venue – any changes to the regular programme will be communicated through their websites, not this one.

Monthly Book Group
Every last Monday of the month at 10am
Admission: contact Katie Clapham from Storytellers Inc

Please note these activities are organised by separate external groups with Lytham Hall as the venue – any changes to the regular programme will be communicated through their websites, not this one.

Opening Times at Lytham Hall

Parkland
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thurs, Fri, Sun 10.00am – 4.30pm
Closed on Saturday

Tea Room
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thurs, Fri, Sun 10.00am – 4.00pm
Closed on Saturday

** Tea Room now open on a Monday **

House
Thursday & Friday afternoon 1pm-4pm free flow,
Sun, Bank Holidays 12pm & 2pm guided tours
Closed on Monday-Wednesday and Saturday

Admission Charges

Parkland
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thurs, Fri, Free
Sun / Bank Holidays Adults £1 / Children 50p
(Please note Sunday charges vary dependent on event)

House
Thu & Fri 1-4pm
Sun, Bank Holidays Adults £5 / Children £2.50

Secret Doors at Lytham Hall

At Lytham Hall we have offered family visitors a secret door trail through the parkland for a few years.

Secret Door makers - what's on at Lytham Hall
Secret Door makers at Lytham Hall (l-r): Linda Salter, Audrey O’Connor, Christine Garritty, Pat Bullen

Have a go at the Alice in Wonderland themed Secret Door Trail. Discover the Cheshire cat (not on a branch, but at ground level), the Mad Hatter and the sleeping dormouse as they are hidden along the paths.

For £2 per trail, which can be picked up in the tea room or in the estate office, you can spend an hour or more wandering through the parkland. The trail also ends in the tea room, where there will be plenty to tempt you to “eat me”. Which, we have to warn you, may make you grow bigger, as Alice found out!

Secret Door Volunteers

The doors have been lovingly created by a team of arty volunteers, led by volunteer Linda Salter, who came up with the theme. Last year was the first time this group got involved, and they created fantastic doors which were for sale in Lytham Halls tea room. They are now offering to make bespoke fairy doors for your family.

Linda said “The group have been working for weeks to create these fantastic little doors and my fellow volunteers have done amazing work. As volunteers we all find little ways in which we can support Lytham Hall and we will be delighted this springtime to see families enjoying the parkland as they follow the trail.”

The trail will be up for several months, which means you don’t have to do the whole trail in one go, if little legs are getting tired along the way. You can search for the fifteen doors in stages.

The first team of Secret Door makers - what's on at Lytham Hall
The first team of Secret Door makers at Lytham Hall – Sue Lowe, Julia Lipman and Judy Collins

Wood for Sale at Lytham Hall

When the nights are getting colder and you are thinking of stocking up the wood store for winter get your firewood from Lytham Hall.

Firewood for sale - what's on at Lytham Hall
Firewood for sale at Lytham Hall

At Lytham Hall volunteers stockpile, chop and season wood for you all through the year for our wood store. The bags are 35 litre bags, and the wood has been cut and seasoned at Lytham Hall, at £4 per bag.

Please phone the estate office any weekday on 01253 736652 to book your pick-up slot on Tuesdays or Thursdays and indicate how many bags you would like to purchase. On the spot sales only available Tuesday and Thursday when grounds volunteers are working.

Feel cosy and warm at your log burner, knowing that you have helped a little bit in keeping Lytham Halls doors open.

Snowdrop Sundays - what's on at Lytham Hall
Snowdrop Sundays at Lytham Hall. Photo: Harry Dobbs
Regency Rejigged - what's on at Lytham Hall
Regency Rejigged at Lytham Hall

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