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There will be some changes for a little while…
The Pavilion Café will offer a limited take away service from Saturday 16 May 2020
Please make sure that you follow the Government’s guidance – follow the social distancing requirements in place and be respectful to other users.
It’s difficult to manage social distancing with larger numbers of people, so we urge you to consider staying in your local areas and visiting outside peak times.
Car parking charges are in place and we encourage you to pay using the cashless option Ringo https://m.myringgo.co.uk/bookparking. Registering takes just a couple of minutes and can be done before you visit to avoid queuing.
Cannon Hall is a unique venue for weddings and civil partnerships and the perfect setting for your special day. Fantastic photo opportunities can be found both inside the Hall and in the landscaped gardens.
Cannon Hall Museum, Park and Gardens has secured earmarked funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund for major improvements and conservation work around the gardens and park, including the restoration of Cannon Hall's Georgian lakes.
Why not ponder over a different kind of puzzle, a daily, digital dose of jigsaw fun inspired by the art, history and landscapes of our beautiful borough.
Many of the beautiful spaces are available to hire for events as well as the gorgeous Cottage Gardens and parklands.
We invite you to explore an exciting new suite of digital resources for schools and home learners, linked to each of our five sites and covering many different areas of the primary curriculum.
On display in the hall is a hand-picked selection of artworks from the De Morgan Collection. It is an unparalleled collection of work by the late 19th and early 20th century ceramicist William De Morgan and his artist wife Evelyn Pickering De Morgan.