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Sulgrave Manor is a beautiful venue for a ceremony and reception any time of the year. Please see our tarif for details of seasonal discounts. Please contact julie.wood@sulgravemanor.org.uk for more details

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CHRISTMAS MARKET AND SANTA'S GROTTO

29TH AND 30TH NOVEMBER

11AM - 4PM

Christmas food and gifts stalls, meet Father Christmas in his grotto, delicious homemade seasonal food available on site all weekend. Carol singing around the Christmas tree.

Admission fee - Adults 2.00 - Children free

Father Christmas Tickets 4 per child (to include gift) limited availability please book at the front desk on the day

For a list of stall holders and their location please click here

For more details please contact julie.wood@sulgravemanor.org.uk


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Tudor Christmas Feast Saturday 6th December 2014

From 5.30pm, Tickets 35

Tickets include pre-dinner drinks and a three course meal, cash bar available

Enjoy entertaining talks in the house bedecked in its Christmas finery. Followed by traditional libations and a Tudor repast.

For more details please e-mail enquiries@sulgravemanor.org.uk

or call the office on 01295 760205


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Children's Christmas Funday

Saturday 13th December, 11am until 4pm

Learn how Tudor children celebrated Christmas with our children's house tour. Enjoy listening to Christmas stories and make Christmas crafts to take home including rolling your own beeswax candle, icing Christmas cookies, making dream catchers and more.

Father Christmas will be in his grotto all day (additional fee of 4 applies)

Children 8 (7 if booked in advance) Adults Free.

Children must be accompanied by an adult. Adults must be accompanied by a 'paying child'

for more details please contact julie.wood@sulgravemanor.org.uk

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Yuletide

Saturday 20th and Sunday 21st December

Come along to learn about Tudor Christmas Traditions