The exhibition takes place annually and is open every day in May. Why not come and browse and perhaps buy one of the many pieces created by local, national, and international artists.
Disabled access is possible but not always easy. In particular the gardens comprise a number of steeply banked terraces and gravel paths which may make the use of wheelchairs hard work, particularly during and after wet weather. Access to the main gallery is provided via a ramp at the front door to the house. You will need to contact the gallery desk to open the door. Whilst a limited amount Blue badge parking is available at the front of the house visitors are asked to go to follow the signs to the main car park first. On busy days it would be really helpful if you could return to the main car park after dropping off passengers.
Dogs are not allowed within the gallery or formal gardens however they may be walked in the outer area (i.e. the car park and around the lake). A drinking bowl is available at the entry point and dogs may be left here if you prefer not to leave them in the car.
There is a small cafe providing Teas and Coffees and a selection of homemade soups and freshly made rolls.
CCTV is used on site and images are recorded for the purpose of crime prevention and visitor safety. For more information contact 01752837663 or email@example.com