Packed springtime schedule at Arrington’s Wimpole Estate

PUBLISHED: 12:01 01 April 2017

There's lots going on at Wimpole throughout April.  Picture:  Phoebe Taplin

There's lots going on at Wimpole throughout April. Picture: Phoebe Taplin


There’s lots coming up at the Wimpole Estate throughout April.

The regular line-up of events include parkruns on Saturdays at 9am, junior park run on Sundays at 10am, and Wednesday Walk from 11am to 1pm.

Just for April, there will also be a Cadbury Egg Hunt in the gardens every day from April 1 to April 17 at 10.30am to 4.15pm.

Normal admission charge applies, plus a £2.50 charge per trail booklet.

It’s lambing time at Wimpole from April 18, to May 7.

Head to Home Farm to meet the rare breed ewes and lambs and if you’re lucky you may see a live birth. You can also learn more about lambing from farm staff.Normal admission applies.

At 11.30am from April 10 to April 26, the Parkland Carriage rides are a perfect way to celebrate a special occasion.

Experience the luxury of a private carriage ride pulled by a magnificent Shire horse through the Wimpole Estate parkland with a dedicated groom and driver. It costs £60 per group with a maximum of four people.

The Arrington estate, which includes Wimpole Hall, is open from 10.30am to 5pm. For more information go to


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