What's on at the Alford Manor House
Christmas Tree Festival
We will have over 30 trees kindly sponsored by local businesses and beautifully decorated by local schools, preschools and the many voluntary organisations in the town. The Manor House, Museum of Rural Life and Tearoom will be open 10am to 4pm on the following days: Tuesday 27th November • Friday 30th November • Saturday 1st December (10am to 3pm) stalls in the Marquee • Tuesday 4th December • Friday 7th December.
Christmas Extravaganza - Friday November 30th from 4.00pm until 8.00pm
The House and Marquee will be filled with stalls run by local Charities, Schools and local Craftspeople. There will be music from local musicians, schools and Alford Silver Band. We will have seasonal food, mulled wine and mince pies.
We will display all the entries in our Children’s Colouring Competition and there will be a raffle, competitions and much more. Santa will be paying us a visit and will be in his wonderful Attic Grotto to meet all children and their families. Admission is free.
Reputedly the largest thatched manor house in the country, Alford Manor House was built to a traditional H plan in 1611. Museum, Tea Rooms and Gardens open to visitors
Alford Manor House is available all year round for room hire, private functions, funeral teas and weddings
Parties catered for with licenced bar. To book, please ring 01507 463073 or 07919 322230.
The Museum of Rural Life is part of the Alford Manor House Complex. Situated at the rear of the 17th century thatched Manor, it houses many of the towns historic artifacts.