A gentle walk through beautiful woodland countryside around Strelley Village, our Bluebell and Birdwatching walks for 2018 are as follows:
Thursday April 26th 10am
Saturday April 28th 10am
Wednesday 2nd May 10am
Saturday 5th May 10am
Monday 7th May 10am
All walks will begin at the Cafe at 10am, and will finish between 11.30 and 12 for either soup and a sandwich (£9.95 per person) or Afternoon Tea (£12.95 per person, min 2 people). This includes a donation to the Woodland Trust. Bring binoculars if you have them, and sturdy footwear.
Please book at the Cafe servery or on 0115 906 1305, email firstname.lastname@example.org
On Good Friday March 30th we will be having an Easter Egg trail around the grounds at Strelley Hall. £1 to enter, everyone entering gets an Easter treat!
Also starting on Good Friday is our Art and Photography Exhibition, this will run in the Panelled Room until Friday 6th April. Featuring local artists and photographers, work will be available to purchase - or just come and have a look!
The beautiful function rooms at Strelley Hall are the ideal place for a party, conference or funeral wake, below is the Morning Room ready for a Christmas party. Afternoon Tea birthday or Anniversary parties are always popular. We now have an alcohol licence so can supply alcoholic drinks for events.
We are now booking our ever-popular Tours of Strelley Hall with Afternoon Tea in March, April, May and June 2018:
Thursday 22nd March 2018 (sorry now full)
Thursday 29th March 2018 (few spaces available, please call 0115 906 1305 to confirm)
Sunday 15th April 2016 (currently spaces available, please call 0115 906 1305 to confirm)
Sunday 6th May 2016 (currently spaces available, please call 0115 906 1305 to confirm)
Sunday 13th May 2016 (currently spaces available, please call 0115 906 1305 to confirm)
Sunday 24th June (currently spaces available, please call 0115 906 1305 to confirm)
Tours cost £15 per person and consist of a guided tour of Strelley Hall and parts of the grounds (please wear suitable outdoor clothes!) starting at 1pm in the Panelled room in the Main Hall building, followed by a delicious Mulberry Tree Afternoon Tea in the Cafe afterwards at approximately 2.30pm.
The newest addition to the Strelley Hall Stables Area 'Retail Quarter' is Priscils Collection, situated next to the Mulberry Tree Garden Shop (enter via the door to the right of the shop and go up the stairs). Priscils Collection sells wedding wear, evening wear, accessories, artificial flowers and much more.
Come and browse the lovely selection of gifts, household goodies and plants available at the Mulberry Tree Garden Shop. Open every day 11.30-4pm except Wednesdays.
Moodoo Hair Studio opened at the beginning of May 2017, a classy salon set in the beautiful surroundings of the Edge Barn at Strelley Hall. Open Tuesdays-Fridays 9am-7pm, and Saturdays 9am-5pm, call 0115 9061280 to book an appointment, visit www.moodoohairstudio.co.uk for more information.
Book now to enjoy a 20% off introductory offer.
"Created by Hand" - a gift and craft shop selling quality locally-produced items. The shop is in the Stables area at Strelley Hall, right next to the Mulberry Tree Cafe, and stocks a wide range of handmade items crafted from ceramic, fused glass, paper, mixed media and also jewellery.
Created by Hand offer courses and workshops run by talented crafters, visit us for more information. These are held on-site in our new craft workshop.
Opening hours are 10am-4pm every day except Mondays.
The Morning Room (capacity c.40 people max) and the Panelled Room (capacity c.60 people max) at Strelley Hall are large elegant Georgian rooms, and are both available to hire for parties, conferences, funeral wakes, weddings etc. We also have 2 smaller meeting rooms available. Please see our website www.strelley.com or telephone 0115 906 1200 for more information.
In addition we also have the newly refurbished Blacksmith's Forge room which is situated between the Cafe and Created by Hand shop. This room seats up to 12 and can be hired for private dining, meetings, seminars or workshops.
During April we were pleased to host the launch of the Broxtowe Country Trail, a 27-mile cycling or walking trail which connects with the Erewash Valley Trail, and takes in many of the region's points of interest, e.g DH Lawrence country, Wollaton Hall, Attenborough Nature Reserve and of course Strelley village. Leaflets are available in the Museum pen in the Cafe or to download from Broxtowe Borough Council website.
We stock delicious Bluebells ice cream which we sell by the scoop to eat in or take out. We always have six delicious flavours to choose from such as strawberries and cream, devilishly chocolate, sticky toffee fudge or dairy free pear and elderflower sorbet. Bluebells is a local family run farm that produces homemade ice cream from their own cows' milk which travels less than 20 metres from the milking parlour to be made into ice cream. Why not pop in and try some for yourself!
We now have loyalty cards available for customers. Get your card stamped for each coffee or tea you buy and once you have 9 stamps you will get your 10th drink free. Pick a card up from the cafe and start collecting your stamps!