Please scroll through the page to view forthcoming events planned for this year - 2017.
For further information on any event or to book a place, please telephone 01473 890264
or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Retreat Day Programme
The 2017 Retreat Day Programme is now available to book via our 'shop' page and includes days of deep silence, music and poetry as well as mindfullness and meditation.
Each day runs from 10am-4pm and costs £25 (unless otherwise stated) and includes a two course lunch and refreshments throughout the day.
Our award winning gardens will once again be open for all to enjoy every Wednesday
from 3rd May until 27th September.
Garden open from 11am-5pm
Cafe open 11am-4pm
Please note the gardens and cafe are closed Wednesday 6th September
Garden entrance £3 per single visit or £5 for an annual pass, allowing you access to the gardens each Wednesday throughout the season.(not valid for charity days or when the gardens are closed)
Charity Open Gardens
This year we will be opening our gardens on Wednesday 2nd August on behalf of
working together to end homelessness
Emmaus Ipswich provides work opportunities and experience to those who have been unemployed for a long time and those that are homeless or at risk of being so. By offering volunteering roles within our (not for profit) business we want to give people the chance to make a difference for themselves, in a supportive environment through work related experience and training.
If you love Vintage, Retro & Upcycled fashion, gifts and furniture, why not come along to support us on the day?
Plenty of Stalls, a Swing Band, Vintage Cars, Auction presided over by BBC Radio Suffolk's Mark Murphy and special guest Terry Waite CBE to open the event!
Much more information to follow, watch this space!
Ghost Stories At Otley Hall
Saturday 18th November
A Pleasing Terror
Two ghost stories by M R James
Performed by R M Lloyd Parry
'Wonderful, magical storytelling'
The Daily Mail
Over a century after they were first published, the ghost stories of M R James retain their power to terrify and amuse. This gripping one man show retells two of the earliest and eeriest.
In Canon Alberic’s Scrap-book, a young Cambridge antiquary discovers the devil in the details of an old book in a medieval town in the French Pyrenees…
In The Mezzotint a ghoulish revenge is enacted within a work of art, before the helpless eyes of a museum curator in Oxford…
Ticket Price £16.50