Teachers – Book Your Spring and Summer Day Visits Now!
March 14th, 2017
The days are getting warmer and it’s time to start looking ahead to the summer term. Our day visits are booking up fast, but there is still time for you to plan an unforgettable trip for your class.
We offer a range of activities. The most popular include:
Pond Dipping Getting up close to the creatures that live in our dykes.
Nature Trail A walk around the reserve looking at several different habitats and thinking about the plants and animals that live there.
Toad Hole Cottage Museum Children step back in time when they go into our Victorian marshman’s cottage museum.
Thatching a hands on experience giving children a chance to work together and get to grips with this traditional craft. (Suitable for year 2+)
Environmental Art getting creative and making woodland masterpieces.
Hawks and Blackbirds– A dynamic educational food chain game giving children a clear understanding of food chains and predator prey relationships.
This year we are luckily enough to have the Wherry Hathor with us during June and July and we will be offering ‘Local History’ days including going aboard Hathor, a visit to Toad Hole Cottage Museum and thatching.
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Please contact Education Manager Lizzy Ames email@example.com
2017 Events Programme Out Now
The wait is over….. our new programme has arrived and we are open for bookings.
Click here to download a printable pdf version of our 2017 events programme.
All events are also listed on this website – click here to go to the events section.
This year we have 6,000 of these programmes to distribute and your help would be greatly appreciated. If you could take a pile of brochures to be shared with your hobby group/workplace/church etc. we will show our gratitude with a voucher for a free cream tea for two at our tearoom.
If you would like to join our mailing list to automatically receive a copy of the brochure by post or email every year please let us know. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or tel: 01692 678555.Read More
50th Anniversary Appeal Launched
September 22, 2016
How Hill’s 50th Anniversary Appeal was launched on Monday 19th September at an event held in the Hostry at Norwich Cathedral. Over seventy guests attended including the Lord Lieutenant of Norfolk, Richard Jewson, representatives of several grant giving trusts, How Hill trustees and lifetime members of the Friends of How Hill.
After refreshments in the reception area, guests took their seats in the Weston Room for speeches from Baroness Gillian Shephard, Simon Partridge, Director of the How Hill Trust and Nick Price, Chairman of Trustees. Their presentations focused on the history of the house, its establishment as an education centre and the work of the Trust today.Read More
How Hill tearoom closed until next spring
September 8, 2016
A big thank you to everyone who has visited our tearoom this season. The tearoom made over £20,000 – that’s a lot of slices of Bridget the cook’s fantastic home made cakes! This money goes directly towards supporting the educational work of the How Hill Trust.
Our tearoom will be open again next May and we hope to see you again then.