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Wednesday, 2 October 2019

Celebrate the wonderful Apple this weekend at Tatton Park!


Bob in to Tatton Park’s Gardens on Sunday October 6th to celebrate, taste and learn more about delicious apples!

Tatton’s Gardens will be blossoming with apple tasting straight from our Orchards – including varieties you won’t find in the super market. Join in with apple craft activities and hands-on apple pressing demonstrations with local company Dunham Press Cider

Enjoy delicious apple inspired dishes in the Stables Restaurant and Gardener’s Cottage tea room using apples from the orchard, and produce from the Tatton estate. The Housekeepers Store will be stocking delicious locally sourced apple juice, ciders, cakes, sauces and more, while you’ll be able to buy hand-picked apples, fresh from the orchard from the Garden Shop.

Opening times and prices

The Gardens are open for high season (low season starts Oct 28) daily from 10am - 6pm (last entry 5pm).

Prices for single attraction entry: adult £7, child £5 (aged 4 to 15 years of age), family £19 (two adults and up to three children).

Totally Tatton Ticket (entry to three attractions: Mansion, Gardens and Farm): Adult £13, child (aged 4 to 15) £7, family (two adults and up to three children) £33.

National Trust members pay 50% entry to the Farm. Park vehicle entry charge of £7 per car applies to all.

Please visit our website www.tattonpark.org.uk or call 01625 374400 for more information.

For further information about this release contact:

Tatton Marketing

Tel: 01625 374410 / Email: tatton.marketing@cheshireeast.gov.uk

www.tattonpark.org.uk

Tatton Park is managed and financed by Cheshire East Council on behalf of the National Trust.

This impressive historic estate receives in the region of 800,000 visitors every year all of whom come to enjoy its Georgian mansion, Tudor Old Hall, award- winning gardens and 1930s rare breeds farm. The 1,000-acre deer park is home to red and fallow deer and the estate also boasts speciality shops, adventure playground, restaurant, Gardener’s Cottage tea room and year-round events programme.

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