SEWERBY Hall and Gardens will re-open to the public for the new season tomorrow, on Saturday April 16, with a range of fun activities for all the family.
From Saturday, entries for the annual scarecrow competition, themed around a day out at Sewerby Hall, will be on show. The winning entry will receive a family season pass.
On Sunday, the first band concert of 2011 will see the Bridlington Excelsior Band performing from 2pm.
If the weather is the fine, the band will play their mix of traditional and modern brass band pieces outside The Orangery.
Marie Gascoigne, facility manager at Sewerby Hall and Gardens, said: “This weekend is the official start of our 2011 season and I am looking forward to the many varied events we have lined up for our visitors.
“Young or old, there is something for everyone this year and a visit to Sewerby Hall and Gardens is a great way to start the Easter holidays.”
Admission charges to Sewerby Hall and Gardens apply from Saturday, 16 April, but there is no additional charge to attend events.
Entry is priced at £4.50 for adults, £3.70 for over 60s, £2.50 for children, aged three to 15, and a family ticket, for two adults and three children, is priced at £14.
Season passes are also available. For further information, call (01262) 673769 or visit www.sewerby-hall.co.uk