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Our Event Open Days

Throughout the year the Friends of Bank Hall Volunteers, open up the grounds for their program of event days (usually on Sundays) which has been a tradition for over 20 years in order to raise funds for the ongoing project of restoring the Hall.  Although the main Hall has now been restored vital funds are still needed to support the group with other ongoing restoration projects such as the Potting Sheds Project .


Heritage Open Days

We are open on both Sunday 10 th and Sunday 17 th September for the National Heritage Open Days.
Our opening times are 12 Noon to 4 pm (last admission 3.30 pm) and entrance to the grounds is
Free. Donations at these events are welcome. Please note that exhibition tours in the Hall on these
event days are still chargeable, at set times and should be pre-booked following the guidance and
link below.

On Sunday 10 th September we are holding an Art day in line with the National theme this year
(Creativity Unwrapped) and local artists have been invited to come along and paint the newly
restored Bank Hall or the Grounds. Bring your pencils, paints and Easel (Umbrella/Gazebo) if you
wish to have a go.

On Sunday 17 th September we will have Craft Stalls, our Bric-a-Brac and Merchandise stalls and you
can also watch a tree stump being carved on this day. We also have Morris Dancers performing at
1.30 pm and artists may also return to display and sell their pictures.
Refreshments will be available both days but please also note that this is a cash only event although
some stallholders may have their own card facilities. Access to Bank Hall is via the A59 near Bank


Next Open Day Event to be confirmed

*** Please note Dogs will not be permitted at this Child Friendly Event ***


*** Visitors who wish to visit the Central Hall/Prospect Tower, this is by

PRE- BOOKING ONLY.  Please visit the Visiting Bank Hall page more info or click here to go straight to the booking page.

If you have any queries, please contact us using the links on the Contacts Page.


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