Late Availability

Due to a cancellation we now have some availability in July, so if you would be interested in taking a group away on the weekends of: 13th July 20th July Then please contact the office info@lettonhall.org, as this is fast approaching there may be some flexibility in the pricing and group sizes so do get in contact. We also still …

Afternoon Teas at Letton Hall

Would you like to come and take a look around the grounds and house at Letton Hall? This Summer we are opening the Hall and Grounds for Afternoon tea on 3 dates: 4th June, 9th July and 3rd September. For £25 you can have Afternoon tea for 2, prepared by our in house Caterer, in the house or grounds (weather …

An Early Spring…

The good weather recently has helped us get stuck into a lot of work around Letton the last couple of weeks. The doors around the Stable courtyard have all been stripped back and work done to repair the bottoms. This not only makes the courtyard look much nicer but will help to keep the rooms that bit warmer and weather …

A room with a view

At the end of last week we finished putting another fully restored window back into the Cambridge bedroom in the Hall. The view out from this bedroom over the fields is beautiful and its great to have it back unobscured, with a window you can open and close… although its a bit chilly to keep it open right now!

Noah’s Ark

Over the summer it may have seemed that Noah’s Ark was arriving at Letton Hall as in the last few weeks a major piece of infrastructure has been installed. Over recent years it became clear that Letton’s 200 year old sewerage system was starting to fail. With more than 50 toilets, showers, sinks and baths all flowing through the crumbling …

Work(s) in progress…

For anyone who missed it… a few changes around Letton Hall this Summer. Danny and Alison Pritchard departed at the end of June. Danny has taken up a new role as a hospital chaplain. This has led to a few staff changes about the place. Firstly, Jon Horrox has stepped up to being the Centre Manager, whilst continuing to keep …

Big changes at Letton Hall!

It has been a while since we posted a blog but extreme weather and a busy calendar have kept us fully occupied! The heavy snow meant that we were unable to get in or out of Letton for several days and we were concerned the biomass boilers might run out of fuel. Thankfully this was not the case and our …

Season of mists and mellow fruitfulness

John Keats ‘To Autumn’ – 1820 Keats’ familiar poem, written in an earlier time and perhaps more agrarian context, nevertheless beautifully sums up the season.  The season when the ground is permitted a brief respite before shielding the winter sown seeds from the coming frosts; when the trees shed their summer beauty after a  few brief weeks of technicolour splendour and …

Signs of life…

Today especially it feels like winter, still. It is cold and we work outside wrapped up against the elements and inside are blessed by our new and very effective biomass heating system! Even so, as we walk around the grounds of Letton Hall the damp decay and bare winter dress of the woodland is giving way to new signs of …