Hidden Charlecote… your chance to get behind the scenes!

During the winter months, when the house is on its reduced opening for its deep clean, we’re looking to run some special tours for our visitors. These tours will show the ‘hidden’ parts of our place. Rooms and areas not normally open through the year. We will be running these tours with members of our […]

What a job!

‘Green hay’ for Place’s Meadow

Since 1930 97% of wildflower meadows have been lost in England and Wales. So in 2013 Prince Charles, who is very keen to do something about restoring meadows, set up the Coronation Meadows Project, with the aim of creating at least one new wildflower meadow in each county and possibly helping to improve others. One […]

Common pipistrelle bat (Pipistrellus pipistrellus) in flight over silver birch branch

Bat Walks at Charlecote

We’ve another bat walk taking place next month (11 September 2015). They’re always very popular so we’d recommend that you book quickly to secure your place! The walks are led by a member of the Warwickshire Bat Group along with a member of our property team. We have bat detectors on hand to help find […]