On Sunday for its final day, the Sandstone Ridge Festival comes to Tattenhall.
In a talk entitled 'The Guns of Broxton' Dave Trevor uncovers the nefarious activities of early nineteenth century criminal gangs in and around Tattenhall and Harthill. Tickets :£5
The 4 ½ acre garden surrounding Tattenhall Hall includes a wild flower meadow, a large pond and stream, walled garden, colour-themed borders and is open under the National Garden Scheme, which has been raising money for nursing and caring charities since 1927. in aid of the NGS charities, £5. pay at the gate.
Tea and cakes will be sold by Tattenhall Guides, and the profit from the teas will go to help their activities.
And to complete the Festival and to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Representation of the People Act 1918, 'Grasp the Nettle' a new play with music, starring Lucy Stevens, will take place at the Barbour Institute and is based upon the exploits and passions of Dame Ethel Smyth, composer, writer and suffragette. Tickets: £10
Tickets for all events available from The Tattenhall Post Office or by CLICKING HERE to visit The Sandstone Ridge Festival website.