Events at How Hill

Please call 01692 678555 to book any of the How Hill Trust events listed on this page.

The Friends of How Hill also organise events. For Friends events click here.


Wherry Hathor on view

    Wherry Hathor will once again be moored at How Hill Staithe this summer. For much of this time she will be open for free public viewing.

    Please contact Wherry Yacht Charter www.wherryyachtcharter.org with enquiries.


    Wroxham to Norwich by Wherry – FULLY BOOKED

      RESIDENTIAL

      Sail in style on board Ardea, the largest and most magnificent pleasure wherry ever built, launched in the presence of King George V in 1927. The trip will take you from Wroxham through the beautiful Norfolk Broads, stopping at How Hill, Womack, Great Yarmouth, Cantley, and Brundall before arriving in Norwich.

      This truly unique opportunity will never be repeated. The price includes all sailings, minibus travel to and from How Hill, full board accommodation and evening talks.

      View the full itinerary here.

      £825 per person


      Heritage Open Day

        A rare opportunity to explore all the nooks and crannies of How Hill House. Fascinating guided tours with the Trust’s Director will run throughout the day and the gardens and tearoom will be open .

        Booking essential. Tel: 01692 678555

        Free of charge


        Heritage Open Day

          A rare opportunity to explore all the nooks and crannies of How Hill House. Fascinating guided tours with the Trust’s Director will run throughout the day and the gardens and tearoom will be open .

          Booking essential. Tel: 01692 678555

          Free of charge


          Norwich – Yarmouth Luxury Day Cruise on board Wherry Ardea

            Wherry Yacht Charter Charitable Trust

            Leave Norwich along the River Wensum, and then sail the whole length of the River Yare passing through Brundall, Cantley and Reedham, crossing Breydon Water to arrive at Yarmouth Yacht Station, just 10 minutes walk from the Railway Station.

            8.30am – Depart Norwich Yacht Station, 8.45am – full English breakfast, 10.30am –  morning coffee & biscuits, 12.30pm – lunch, 3.30pm – afternoon tea and cakes, 6.00pm –  3 Course dinner served with complimentary wine whilst crossing Breydon Water, 7.45pm – arrive Yarmouth Yacht Station

            All meals will be prepared and served aboard the wherry by our resident chef – just sit back and relax.

            Please note – you would need to make your own arrangements for transport. Trains are available: 7.30am depart Yarmouth Railway Station, 8.05am arrive Norwich Railway Station.

            Inclusive cost £195 per head

             


            Yarmouth – Wroxham Luxury Day Cruise on board Wherry Ardea

              Wherry Yacht Charter Charitable Trust

              Leave Yarmouth sailing nearly the whole length of the River Bure passing through Stokesby, Acle Bridge, Horning, Salhouse and Wroxham Broad to arrive at Barton House, Wroxham.

              8.30am – Depart Yarmouth Yacht Station, 8.45am – full English breakfast, 10.30am – morning coffee and biscuits, 1.00pm – 3 course lunch with complimentary wine, 4.00pm – afternoon tea and cakes, 5.00pm – arrive Barton House, Wroxham.

              All meals will be prepared and served aboard the wherry by our resident chef – just sit back and relax.

              Please note – you would need to make your own arrangements for transport. Connecting trains are available:

              5.25pm Depart Hoveton & Wroxham Railway Station – 5.41pm Arrive Norwich Railway Station
              6.04pm Depart Norwich Railway Station – 6.41pm Arrive Yarmouth Railway Station

              Transport can be provided from Barton House to Hoveton & Wroxham Railway Station on request.

              See most of the Norfolk Broads in just 2 days!  If you would like to travel both days we offer this at an inclusive cost of £325 (but no overnight accommodation available!)

              Inclusive Cost £155 per head


              Craft Fair

                FRIENDS OF HOW HILL EVENT

                A huge range of local craft stalls and demonstrations.

                Dyke dipping and orienteering for children (£1 per child.) Gardens open. refreshments and light lunches available throughout the day.

                £3 per adult, children and Friends of How Hill free.


                A lovely jam steamed pudding with custard

                Pudding Evening – FULLY BOOKED

                  Join us for a light savoury course of soup and rolls followed by four seasonal homemade puddings with lashings of custard and cream.


                  A lovely jam steamed pudding with custard

                  Pudding Evening – NEW DATE ADDED

                    Join us for a light savoury course of soup and rolls followed by four seasonal homemade puddings with lashings of custard and cream.


                    Christmas Carol Concert

                      Come and see the house fully decked out in Christmas finery.

                      Arrive from 6.30pm for complementary homemade mince pies and mulled wine. At 7pm the Choir will begin their performance of Christmas carols and festive readings.

                      Hot and cold drinks will be available for sale during the interval.

                      £10 per person