Sewerby Hall gets in Christmas spirit


Published: Tuesday 16th December 2014 by The News Editor

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A Bridlington tourist attraction is aiming to put visitors in the festive spirit on the final weekend before Christmas.

Chestnut roasting, traditional mulled apple drinks and seasonal baking are among the Yuletide delights Sewerby Hall is offering guests between December 20 and 21.

They can also travel back in time to experience how their ancestors prepared Victorian kitchens for December 25.

Sunday December 21 gives visitors the chance to share their memories of local Christmases past with local historian Adam Strickson.

Mr Strickson, of Bridlington People’s History Project, said he would be delighted to hear from anyone who can help him develop the My Sewerby local history display.

He is calling on local people to to provide old family snapshots from Sewerby and Bridlington.

All weekend visitors can roll their sleeves up and join in with making Christmas decorations for the tree and 19th-century Christmas cards in the servants’ hall.

Usual admission fees apply for children (£2) and adults (£2.50). The house is open on all weekends this month from noon to 3pm.

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Published: Tuesday 16th December 2014 by The News Editor

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