12th July 2018

What’s on for 2018 at Mount Edgcumbe

Wednesdays from 24th January
Tai Chi for Beginners

Join this brand new class here at Mount Edgcumbe held every Wednesday over six weeks.  You will learn the foundation techniques of traditional Tai Chi whilst mastering simple excersises, breathing and meditation techniques which will aid improved fitness, health and wellbeing.  The course is operated by Plymouth Tai Chi.  For further information or to book your place please contact John Hamlett email: plymouthtaichi@gmail.com on Facebook: Plymouth Tai Chi or by calling 07972 846 443

Saturday 10th November – 10.30am- 4.00pm
Gin & Gift Festival

Miss Ivy Events are pleased to present the ‘Gin & Gift’ Festival on 10th Nov 10:30 – 16:00 at Mount Edgcumbe and what a great day is lined up for you all!
🍸Gin tastings and Gin bar with over 20 local gins
🍸Cocktail demos – learn how it is done!
🍸Early Christmas shopping in the stunning surroundings of Mount Edgcumbe House
🍸Live music with Becky Brine & Harry Quick
🍸Yummy street food!
🍸Local gin distillers
Tickets are selling QUICKLY NOW so don’t miss outhttps://missivyevents.co.uk/buy-tickets/ just £7.00 (plus online booking fee) to include a gin & tonic.

Saturday 17th November – 9.30am-1.00pm
Christmas Wreath Making Workshop

Christmas Wreath Making Workshop – Create your own beautiful wreath, that you can then display on your door this Christmas… and it’ll last you for years. Join plantswoman, Michelle to create the most beautiful wreath on November 17th. During the workshop, she will teach you how to achieve a beautifully shaped wreath using wound clematis branches as your frame and starting point. Each piece of the wreath will be wired in place creating a long lasting, and beautiful addition to your festive decorations. Ribbons, fairy lights and sparkly bits will also be available to add to your wreath. Book online now! https://www.helenround.com/workshops/

29th November 2018 – 6th January 2019
Wonder Nights

For the first time ever – Mount Edgcumbe will be illuminating the historic formal gardens as part of an all-new after dark Christmas adventure.

Enter a wondrous world of sensational sights around every corner. Discover enchanting lands under the stars and glorious gardens illuminated with gleaming delight. Plus no end of festive merriment will ensure that Wonder Nights is one experience you really shouldn’t miss this festive season.

Discover eight themed realms starting with an explosive special effects start through the Door to Enchantia – a beautiful woodland glade where time doesn’t stand still. Then, venture beyond old wrought iron gates and see the beauty of the Earl’s Secret Garden electrified before your very eyes! A mirage of glowing plants and colourful towering trees will totally enhance the landscape.

Even the famous towering turrets of Mount Edgcumbe house will be open in a somewhat haunting overlay named Mystic Mansion. Venture by candlelight through beautifully crafted interiors and explore deeper into its core to marvel at the Great Hall.

Head inside to Sir Piers’ Bar and you’ll find Christmas cheer in abundance. Outside you’ll find a spectacular feast of wholesome winter fodder in feasting tents. Plus the Cafe and all the shopping emporiums around the Stables Courtyard will be open too.

For further information contact:Wonder Nights or call 0371 789 2000

Saturday 8th & Sunday 9th December 2018
Christmas Fayre – 10.00am – 5.00pm Saturday and 10.00am-4.00pm on Sunday

See inspirational cooking demonstrations from West Country chefs and maybe pick up a few tips.
* Lots of local produce for your culinary delight. A wide variety of local gifts and crafts.
* Beautiful floral displays by Duchy College students available to buy.
* Shops, workshops, galleries and a cafe in the Barrow Centre.
* Plus a programme full of entertainment, a family activity zone, living statues, you can even visit Santa in his Grotto!
* Scheduled ferries from Stonehouse and the Barbican.
Entrance: £3 adults, £1 children, Parking £1 per car
Please note – no dogs, except guide dogs, are allowed in the fayre