Credit where it is due

We are delighted that our new website has been shortlisted in the Network Norfolk and Norwich : Digital Media Awards, in the category ‘Best Christian Organisation Website’.  Whilst we are pleased that our efforts have received even this much recognition and would be delighted to win the award, any praise should be shared with the remarkable people who helped put it …

Changing Seasons

  I don’t know about you, but our day-to-day life at Letton Hall is quite significantly affected by the changing seasons.  Although our efforts at horticulture are modest, we find ourselves thinking about winter planting as the summer flowers begin to die away and look fondly at the mower, wondering how many more cuts we will have to do this …

Old dogs and new tricks

So, we have a new website – and it’s looking good (well, we think so!) There is, however, one small problem… No-one likes a static, uninteresting website! To be really effective (they say) a website needs to be constantly updated with fresh content, like videos and blogs. Never let it get out of date! Keep it fresh! Connect it up …

Letton is full of Life!

Each week at Letton Hall we enjoy seeing our many guests and visitors but Letton teems with life, even when they are not here! Our neighbours fields are home to flocks of sheep and herds of cattle, but one of the great privileges for the team members who live on site is the variety of wildlife that surrounds us, especially …

Celebrating success

Letton Hall have just recovered a Food hygiene rating of 5 (the highest possible)  which represents a great achievement by our team.

More windows than Microsoft…

For over a year now, we have been working away at repairing and refurbishing the many sash windows at Letton Hall. It is slow and painstaking work and costly too, but the status of the Hall as a Grade 2* listed building makes it essential for us to do the work with care and attention to detail. Many, if not …

Keeping the balance

During their stay, most of our visitors to Letton Hall are very focussed on their own activity or event and rightly so. The buildings and grounds, whilst they are much loved and appreciated, are perhaps not the most important thing to them. Time together, growing and learning, Christian fellowship, fun, laughter and good food – all of these help to …