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Clandon Park
West Clandon
Guildford
Surrey
GU4 7RQ

Key
NAA
  Normal Admission Applies
B Booking Essential

Events 2013
Regular events

Attic tours
Second Sunday of the month:  Sun 14 April, Sun 12 May, Sun 9 June, Sun 14 July, Sun 11 August, Sun 8 September, Sun 13 October
11.30am-4pm. NAA + (£2 per person). B 01483 222482

Clandon Discovered
Wednesdays 13 March- 30 October, 1.30pm-3.30pm, approximately every half an hour.
Talks for inquisitive minds. NAA

Garden Walk
Join our Gardener in charge for a stroll to discover what is new around the garden.
Third Thursday of the month: , Thu 18 April, Thu 16 May, Thu 20 June, Thu 18 July, Thu 15 August, Thu 19 September, Thu 17 October
1.30pm-3.30pm, NAA free flow

Gardening Talk
Join our Gardener in charge to find out what activities go on in the garden each month.
First Tuesday of the month:  Tue 2 April, Tue 7 May, Tue 4 June, Tue 2 July, Tue 6 August, Tue 3 September, Tue 1 October
1.30pm-3.30pm, free flow. NAA

 The Joy of Textiles - From Thread to Fabric
Exhibitions, lectures and workshops on a wide range of textile mediums. Selected days, Sun 7 April – Wed 1 May. Call 01483 222482 for details. NAA

May

Clandon Discovered
Wednesdays, 1.30pm - 3.30pm, Talks approx. every half an hour. NAA
May 1              Wedding Gift
May 7             Lady Iveagh
May 15               Edward Onslow
May 22           Literature Connection
May 29           Look at the Landscape

 

A Place to Remember
Sun 5 May - Wed 29 May, 11am - 5pm on open days. NAA
Come and find Suzanne Hammerton’s stunning photographs of New Zealand nestled as sculptures in the garden, from giant images to intimate wildlife portraits. Come and be surprised by what you find.

Shutterbugkids Photography Workshops
Sun 26, Mon 27 & Wed 29 May, 11.30am–1pm (6 – 10yrs) & 2–3.30pm (10–16yrs) £12 child (Parents NAA).
Enjoy a funtastic photography workshop in Clandon’s beautiful garden. If possible could children please bring their own camera, although one can be supplied one if required. B Guildford TIC 01483 444334 / www.visitguildford.com

Clandon comes to life
Sun 5 & Mon 6 May BH, 11am- 4pm. NAA
Don’t miss out on meeting the Mannered Mob, 18th century re-enactors.  See the customs and costumes of Clandon’s heyday.

Cinque Ports Marching Band
Sun 12 May, 12 -2.30pm
Infantry Museum event, for further information please call 01483 223419. NAA

Te Mauri O Hinemihi
Sun 19 May, 11.30am - 3.30pm. NAA
A celebration of Maori culture focused on Hinemihi, the only Maori meeting house in the UK. Enjoy traditional performances throughout the day.

Pony Magic, pony rides for children
Mon 27 May, 12 - 4pm, NAA (+ £2.50 per ride).

June

Clandon Discovered
Wednesdays, 1.30 – 3.30pm, Talks approx. every half hour. NAA
June 5th         Regency Games
June 12th       Andrea Palladio
June 19th       Giacomo Leoni
June 26th         J M Rysbrack

Stone Carving Exhibition by Sculptor Simon Keeley
Sun 2 June - Sun 30 June, 11am - 5pm. NAA
See the unique pieces created by local sculptor Simon Keeley and join in one of his beginner stone carving workshops.

Beginner Stone Carving Workshops by sculptor Simon Keeley
Sun 2, Sun 16, Sun 23 June. 1 hr classes at 11.30am, 1.30pm, 3.30pm. £8.50 per 1 hr group class
Join sculpture Simon Keeley for one of his beginner stone carving workshops, anyone can have a go! Create your own mini masterpiece in this hour long workshop with help and direction from Simon Keeley, you can also see his pieces in his June stone carving exhibition. B Guildford TIC 01483 444334 www.visitguildford.com

 Music on the lawn with a military marching band
Sun 9 June, 12 - 2.30pm
Infantry Museum event, for further information please call 01483 223419. NAA

The Way To Keep Him performed by Artifice
Sun 9 June, 6 – 8pm.
A domestic entanglement by Arthur Murphy. Written for David Garrick – who had personal connections with Fanny Boscawen of Hatchlands Park – this ingenious comedy follows Mrs Lovemore in her determination to ‘do for him’ when her husband loses interest in home life. Intrigue and farce ensue. Doors open 5.30pm. £14 adult, £9 child, £37 family (2 adults up to 2 children).  B Guildford TIC 01483 444334 www.visitguildford.com

July

Clandon Discovered
Wednesdays, 1.30pm – 3.30pm, Talks approx. every half hour. NAA
July 3rd           Earls of Onslow
July 10th         The Three Graces
July 17th         Conservation in Action
July 24th         New Zealand Connection
July 31st         Ceramics

Out of Our Woods Exhibition by wood carver Mervyn Mewis
Wed 3 July - Thurs 1 August, Open Days. NAA
Enjoy a beautiful exhibition of wood carving, furniture & musical instruments made by craftsman Mervyn Mewis.

Musical performance by the International Harp Ensemble
Sun 7 July, 7 - 8.30pm. Doors open at 6.30pm.
Enjoy a concert by the International Harp Ensemble, see the beautiful instruments and hear them played in the stunning setting of the Marble Hall. £10 adult, £5 child, family £25 (2 adults up to 2 children) B Guildford TIC 01483 444334 book online www.visitguildford.com

WW2
Sunday 14 July, 12 - 2.30pm
Infantry Museum event, for further information please call 01483 223419. NAA

An Ideal Husband performed by Artifice
Sun 21 July, 6 - 8pm.
A political satire, written by Oscar Wilde but just as relevant to the 21st century. Corruption scandals are ever with us, and with the recommendations of Leveson being worked out, Sir Robert Chiltern’s dilemma over his shady past are once again the stuff of headlines. Doors open 5.30pm. £14 adult, £9 child, £37 family (2 adults up to 2 children).  B Guildford TIC 01483 444333 www.visitguildford.com

Pony Magic, pony rides for children
Mon 29 July, 12 - 4pm, NAA (+£2.50 per ride)

 August

Clandon Discovered
Wednesdays, 1.30pm – 3.30pm, Talks approx. every half hour. NAA
Aug 7              Servants at Clandon
Aug 14           Harlequins
Aug 21           Conservation in Action
Aug 28           Mrs Gubbay

Harlequins Unmasked
Sun 4 August, 11am - 4pm. NAA
Fascinating Harlequin performances with live music, fancy dress, face painting.

Have a go Archery
Mon 5 August, 11am - 4pm. NAA (+ £2 for 6 arrows).
 
Herd of Sax
Sun 11 August, 2 - 4pm
Wonderful uplifting live music in the garden. NAA

A Woman of No Importance performed by Artifice
Sun 11 August, 6 - 8pm.
Following the success of An Ideal Husband, Artifice has added a second Wilde play to our repertoire. A more private and poignant piece, but with all the wit we associate with its writer, this play takes a clear-eyed look at the responsibilities of parenthood and the snares of society’s expectations. Doors open 5.30pm. £14 adult, £9 child, £37 family (2 adults up to 2 children).  B Guildford TIC 01483 444334 www.visitguildford.com

Pony Magic, pony rides for children
Mon 12 August, 12 - 4pm, NAA (+£2.50 per ride).

Have a go Archery
Mon 19 August, 11am-4pm, NAA (+ £2 for 6 arrows)

August Bank Holiday Weekend “Sunshine & Strawberries”
Mon 26 August, 11am - 5pm. NAA

Sit back and relax in the garden over the bank holiday. Play giant games on the lawn and enjoy the Pimms and Strawberries & Cream bar. Why not pick up a picnic lunch from the Restaurant.
Pony Magic, pony rides for children
Mon 26 August, 11am - 4pm, NAA (+£2.50 per ride).

 

September

Clandon Discovered
Wednesdays, 1.30 – 3.30pm, Talks approx. every an half hour. NAA
Sept 4            John Russell RA
Sept 11          Inside the Furniture
Sept 18          Conserving Ceramics/Textiles
Sept 25          Secrets of the Ceiling

Reading Histories – Austen’s Artifice
Sun 1 September, 6 - 8pm.
A play about writing novels, by Kate Napier – with a LOT of help from Jane Austen. Austenian heroes and heroines like you’ve never experienced them before. This colourful piece will take you on a rollicking trip through the major landmarks of a Novel of Sensibility. You’ll find bits of Jane that you recognise from countless adaptations, but a lot more that will surprise and delight.
Doors open 5.30pm. £14 adult, £9 child, £37 family (2 adults up to 2 children).  B Guildford TIC 01483 444333 www.visitguildford.com

Local Artist Exhibition
Sun 1 September – Sun 29 September, House open days. NAA
Enjoy exhibitions from a wide range of local artists that work with a variety of materials.

Heritage Open day
Sun 15 September, 11am - 2pm. Free entry

October

Clandon Discovered
Wednesdays, 1.30 - 3.30pm, Talks approx. every half an hour. NAA
Oct 2nd            Clandon and the Fight against Fire
Oct 9th -           4th Earl of Onslow
Oct 16th           Costumes in Portraits
Oct 23rd          Conservation in Action
Oct 30th          Christmas Across the Miles

Halloween Activities
October Half Term, Sun 27, Tues 29, Weds 30, Thurs 31 & Sun 3, 11am - 4pm. NAA (+ £2 per child)
Arts & crafts for all the family for October half term.

November

Remembrance Sunday
Sun 10 November, 12 - 3pm. NAA
Discover Clandon’s role as a military hospital during WW1.

Servants at Clandon
Sun 17 November, 12 - 3pm. NAA
Talks and tours about the history of service at Clandon Park.

November Lecture Lunches
Coffee will be served from 11am and lectures start at approx. 11.20am.

Below Stairs
Wed 6 November, 11am - 2pm
A chance to see some of the servants’ spaces at Clandon with a short tour. There will be an illustrated talk about the life and work of servants in the 18th, 19th and early 20th centuries based on examples drawn from a number of National Trust properties.
Coffee and lecture £10 or Coffee, lecture and lunch £19.95
B Guildford TIC 01483 444334, book online www.visitguildford.com

 

18th Century Wigs and Make-up
Thu 7 November, 11am - 2pm.
Lecture lunch by Rosemarie Swinfield.
Cosmetics were an integral part of upper class costume in 18th Century high society. Discover the fascinating world of the fashionable 'paint ' used by both men and women then and the extraordinary lengths they went to, to achieve the desired complexion.
Coffee and lecture £10 or Coffee, lecture and lunch £19.95. B Guildford TIC 01483 444334, book online www.visitguildford.com

New Zealand Quilts Lecture Lunch: Glimpses of New Zealand
Wed 13 November, 11am - 2pm
Lecture lunch by quilter expert Gail Lawther
Gail will talk about her collection of 35 spectacular small quilts, each one inspired by a different aspect of New Zealand's landscape, culture, history, fauna or flora. Discover what Christmas pudding looks like, Kiwi style, and meet the delightful Pukeko. Come and enjoy a lightning tour of the fabulous country that the Maori call Aotearoa - The Land of the Long White Cloud.
Coffee and lecture £10 or Coffee, lecture and lunch £19.95. B Guildford TIC 01483 444334, book online www.visitguildford.com

British Quilts Lecture Lunch: Glimpses of Britain
Thu 14 November, 11am - 2pm
Lecture lunch by quilter expert Gail Lawther
Gail will talk about her collection of 24 spectacular small quilts, each one inspired by different aspects of life in the British Isles. From Boadicea to the Beatles, from Morris dancing to motorways, from Stonehenge to the Giant’s Causeway – it’s all here!
Coffee and lecture £10 or Coffee, lecture and lunch £19.95. B Guildford TIC 01483 444334, book online www.visitguildford.com

Hinemihi the Maori Meeting House at Clandon
Wed 20 November, 11am - 2pm
Lecture by Alan Gallop.
Discover Hinemihi, the only Maori Meeting house in the UK, which was brought to Clandon by the 4th Earl. Hear about how she saved the lives of villagers and much more during this fascinating lecture. Coffee and lecture £10 or Coffee, lecture and lunch £19.95. B Guildford TIC 01483 444334, book online www.visitguildford.com

Frying Pans and Fires, A history of cooking
Thu 21 November, 11am - 2pm
Coffee and lecture £10 or Coffee, lecture and lunch £19.95. B Guildford TIC 01483 444334, book online www.visitguildford.com

Artificial Light, An illuminating history of domestic lighting
Wed 27 November, 11am - 2pm
Coffee and lecture £10 or Coffee, lecture and lunch £19.95. B Guildford TIC 01483 444334, book online www.visitguildford.com

December

Christmas Regency Ball
Sunday 1 December, 12- 3pm. NAA
Celebrate the season in Pride and Prejudice style! Enjoy our Christmas Regency ball in Clandon’s stunning Marble Hall. Regency dances, talks, Regency food tasters, games and period dressing up for all the family. Join in and help us celebrate the season in Regency style!

Carol Concerts
Tues 17 Dec, 3 - 5pm & 8-10pm  & Wed 18 Dec, 4 - 5.45pm (children’s concert)  &     8 - 10pm
Join the Oxford Singers as they herald the festive season in Clandon’s stunning Marble Hall. Includes mulled wine and mince pie at the interval (or soft drinks for daytime carols). Children’s concert includes a surprise visit from Father Christmas.
£19 adult, £8 child, £46 family (2 adults & up to 2 children), £18 senior citizen, £17 student. B Guildford TIC 01483 444334, book online www.visitguildford.com

 

For further details please visit www.nationaltrust.org.uk/clandon-park
 
Email: clandonpark@nationaltrust.org.uk

Tel: 01483 222482

 






Hatchlands Park
East Clandon
Guildford
Surrey
GU4 7RT

Key
NAA   Normal Admission Applies
B Booking Essential

Events 2013
Regular events

House Guided tours
Thursdays, 4 April to 31 October.
NAA, tours free

Guided Parkland walks
Selected days throughout the year, call 01483 222482 for details.

 

May

Beautiful Bluebells
April and May, 10.30am – 6pm. NAA
Visit Hatchlands Park and see our stunning Bluebell Wood. Call us or check the website to find out when they’re in bloom.

See the Bluebells on Wheels
Throughout May, 10.30am - 4pm. NAA (+ £2 donation to the Disabled Ramblers.)
Mobility vehicles for less-able explorers
Working in partnership with the Disabled Ramblers Association, visitors can be trained on a mobility vehicle and then head off to see the bluebell woods.  Very easy to drive and extremely stable the Tramper vehicle is the perfect way to explore if you’re not up to a forty minute walk.  Loan is subject to a short training session. B 01483 222482

Pony Magic, pony rides for children
Sun 5 & Mon 6 May, 12 - 4pm. NAA (+ £2.50 per ride)

Have a Go Archery
Monday 6 May, 11am - 4pm. NAA (+ £2 for 6 arrows)

Ancient and Notable Tree Walk
Thu 9 May, 11am – 1pm. NAA (+ £4 Adult, £2 Child). B 01483 222482
Enjoy a stroll around the parkland with our Gardener and discover our fascinating collection of ancient trees. Walking boots recommended.

Visit the Bluebells and support the National Gardens Scheme
Sun 12 May, 10.30am - 5.30pm. NAA
Visit our stunning bluebell wood. All park admissions go to the National Gardens Scheme.

Bat Walk
Thu 16 May & Thu 23 May, 8pm – 10pm.
See how many of our 9 bat species you can spot! Walking boots recommended. £5 Adult, £2.50 Child. B 01483 222482.

Lace Wars
Sun 26 and Mon 27 May (BH), 11am - 4pm. NAA
Enjoy living history re-enactor sailors from the period Hatchlands was built by Admiral Boscawen.

Pony Magic, pony rides for children
Sun 26 May, 12pm - 4pm. NAA (+£2.50 per ride)

Have a Go Archery
Mon 27 May, 11am - 4pm. NAA (+ £2 for 6 arrows)

June

Artifice at Hatchlands Park
Sun 2 June, afternoon free flow. NAA
Free-flow classical play performances through the house performed by Artifice.

Pony Magic, pony rides for children
Sun 2 June, 12pm – 4pm. NAA (+ £2.50 per ride)

Canine Capers
Sun 16 June, 11am – 4pm. NAA (+ £1.50 per participating category)
Enjoy fun and games with your four legged friend in our friendly competitions! There will also be a variety of dog related stalls for you to browse.

Fit 4 Mum Charity Fun Run
Sun 23 June, 11am - 4pm. NAA
Fun for all the family - whilst mum runs the 5k or 10k course, everyone else can check out the family friendly activity area. For more info, visit www.fit4mum.com.

Pony Magic, pony rides for children
Sun 23 June, 12 - 4pm. NAA (+ £2.50 per ride)

Have a Go Archery
Sun 30 June, 11am - 4pm. NAA (+ £2 for 6 arrows)

July

Music on the Lawn
Sun 7 July, 11am- 4pm. NAA
Enjoy live music by the Surrey Yeomanry brass band and Saxophone Quartet, there will also be pony rides and giant garden games for all the family to enjoy.

Pony Magic, pony rides for children
Sun 7 July, 12 - 4pm. NAA (+ £2.50 per ride)

Artifice at Hatchlands Park O
Sun 14 July, afternoon free-flow performances. NAA
Free-flow classical play performances through the house performed by Artifice.

Romeo and Juliet  performed by Heartbreak Productions
Thurs 18 July, 6.30pm – 9pm.
Please bring your own seating; refreshments will be available throughout the performance. Gates open at 6pm. Heartbreak Productions perform Romeo and Juliet at Hatchlands Park. Thrills and dynamism, masks, dance, blades, potions and poetry – Heartbreak’s inimitable storytelling style infuses a modern twist but maintains all the intensity of this legendary tale. B Tickets: £18 Adult, £11 Child, £47 Family (2 adults & up to 2 children). Book at Guildford TIC 01483 444334, book online www.visitguildford.com.

Hatchlands Bike Day
Sun 21 July, 2pm – 5pm. NAA
Enjoy a stunning display of Harley Davidson motorbikes and chat to their owners. There will also be a BBQ, beer tasting tent and live music from the 50s & 60s on the front lawn.

August

Artifice at Hatchlands Park
Sun 4 August, afternoon free flow. NAA
Free-flow classical play performances through the house performed by Artifice.

August Fun Days Fridays
Fri 2 August, 11am - 4pm. NAA (+ £2 per child)
Spend the day at Hatchlands Park; children’s trail, activities and garden games to keep you entertained. House, tea room and shop will be open.
Pony Magic, pony rides for children
Fri 3 August, 12 - 4pm. NAA (+ £2.50 per ride)

August Fun Days Fridays
Fri 9 August, 11am - 4pm. NAA (+ £2 per child)
Spend the day at Hatchlands Park; children’s trail, activities and garden games to keep you entertained. House, tea room and shop will be open.
Have a Go Archery
Fri 9 August 11am - 4pm. NAA (+£2 for 6 arrows)

Pony Magic, pony rides for children
Fri 9 August 12 - 4pm, NAA (+ £2.50 per ride)

Bat Walk
Thu 15 August, 7.30 – 9.30pm.
See how many of our 9 bat species you can spot! Walking boots recommended. £5 Adult, £2.50 Child, B 01483 222482.

August Fun Days Fridays
Fri 16 August, 11am - 4pm. NAA (+ £2 per child)
Spend the day at Hatchlands Park; children’s trail, activities and garden games to keep you entertained. House, tea room and shop will be open.
Pony Magic, pony rides for children
Fri 16 August, 12 - 4pm. NAA (+ £2.50 per ride)

As You like It performed by the Lord Chamberlain’s Men
Sun 18 August, 6.30 – 9pm.
Please bring your own seating; refreshments will be available throughout the performance. Gates open at 5.30pm. The Lord Chamberlain’s Men perform As You like It at Hatchlands Park. Performed by The Lord Chamberlain's Men, this all male troupe of travelling players breathes new life into this summer comedy classic. B Tickets: £18 Adult, £11 Child, £47 Family (2 adults & up to 2 children). Book at Guildford TIC 01483 444334, book online www.visitguildford.com

Treasure Island, Children’s Theatre Workshop
Tue 20 August, 4.30 – 5.30pm.
A children’s workshop full of fun and laughter. B Tickets: £4 workshop. Book at Guildford TIC 01483 444334, book online www.visitguildford.com

Treasure Island by the Cambridge Touring Theatre
Tue 20 August, 6 – 8pm.
A swashbuckling family musical, full of laughter, fun for all the family! Please bring your own seating; refreshments will be available throughout the performance.  B Tickets: £15 Adult, £11 Child, £42 Family (2 adults & up to 2 children). Book at Guildford TIC 01483 444334, book online www.visitguildford.com

Bat Walk
Thu 22 August, 7.30 – 9.30pm.
See how many of our 9 bat species you can spot! Walking boots recommended. £5 Adult, £2.50 Child, B 01483 222482.

August Fun Days Fridays
Fri 23 August, 11am – 4pm. NAA (+ £2 per child)
Spend the day at Hatchlands Park; children’s trail, activities and garden games to keep you entertained. House, tea room and shop will be open.
Have A Go Archery
Fri 23 August, 11am - 4pm. NAA (+ £2 for 6 arrows)
Pony Magic, pony rides for children
Fri 23 August, 12am - 4pm, NAA (+ £2.50 per ride)

August Bank Holiday Weekend
Sun 25 August, 11am – 5pm. NAA
Lie back and enjoy the beautiful views over the bank holiday with games on the lawn and pony rides. Why not pick up a picnic lunch from the Tea Room.
Pony Magic, pony rides for children
Sun 25 August, 12 - 4pm. NAA (+ £2.50 per ride)

Artifice at Hatchlands Park
Sun 25 August, afternoon free flow. NAA
Free-flow classical play performances through the house performed by Artifice.

August Bank Holiday Weekend
Mon 26 August, 11am – 5pm. NAA
Lie back and enjoy the beautiful views over the bank holiday. Try your hand at games on the lawn and archery. Why not pick up a picnic lunch from the tea room.
Have a Go Archery
Mon 26 August, 11am - 4pm. NAA (+ £2 for 6 arrows)

August Fun Days Fridays
Fri 30 August, 11am - 4pm. NAA (+ £2 per child)
Spend the day at Hatchlands Park; children’s trail, activities and garden games to keep you entertained. House, tea room and shop will be open.
Pony Magic, pony rides for children
Fri 30 August, 12am - 4pm. NAA (+ £2.50 per ride)

September

Lions Run Fundraising Event
Sun 8 September, 11am - 2.30pm
A fun run organised by the Guildford Lions Club in aid of British Heart Foundation 10K at 11am and 5K at 1.30. More information and advance tickets for runners: www.guildfordlions.co.uk/hatchlands-parkland-run/

Hatchlands Park Open Heritage Day
Sat 14 September, 11am - 6pm
Visit our parkland for Heritage Open Day. Free Entry
Pony Magic, pony rides for children
Saturday 14 September ( £2.50 per ride)

Hatchlands Comes to Life
Sun 15 September, 11am - 4pm. NAA
See Hatchlands Park come to life with re-enactors in the garden.

October

Have a Go Archery
Sun 27 October, 11am-4pm. NAA (+ £2 for 6 arrows)

The Great British Walking Festival
Sun 27 – Thurs 31 October, 10.30am - 6pm. NAA
Join in the autumn fun, earn your sticker and take a trail through the parkland as part of the National Trust’s Walking Festival.

Halloween Activities
Tues 29, Weds 30 & Thurs 31 October, 11am - 3.30pm. NAA

Visit the parkland and support the National Gardens Scheme
Sun 20 October, 11am - 5.30pm. NAA
All park admissions go to the National Garden Scheme.

December

Music and Readings, by Ayres and Graces
Sat 14 December, 8pm - 10pm
Join us for a fascinating evening of traditional, Christmas themed music and readings by Ayres and Graces. Enjoy complimentary soft drinks, mulled wine and mince pies in the Tea room. £16 adult, £15 senior citizen, £14 student. B Guildford TIC 01483 444334, book online www.visitguildford.com

Christmas Animal visit
Sunday 15 December, 1pm - 3pm. NAA
Visit the animals in the courtyard and meet Father Christmas! The shop and Tea Room will be open for some Christmas shopping and hot drinks and light refreshments (1pm – 3pm).

Christmas Carols
Sunday 15 December, 3p– 4pm (Meet the animals 1pm - 3pm, NAA)
Enjoy Christmas carols and readings in the Music room with all the family. Come early and visit the animals in the courtyard and meet Father Christmas! The shop and Tea Room will be open for some Christmas shopping and hot drinks and light refreshments (1pm – 3pm).
£5 Adult, £3 Child, £13 Family (2 adults and up to 2 children). B Guildford TIC 01483 444334, book online www.visitguildford.com

 

For further details please visit www.nationaltrust.org.uk/hatchlands-park
 
Email: hatchlands@nationaltrust.org.uk

Tel: 01483 222482