Hosts treated to Peover trip ahead of busy Autumn period

KNUTSFORD Hosts were on the receiving end when they were treated to a private tour of Peover Hall and high tea courtesy of Henry Brooks from the Tatton Estate.

“It’s been an exceptionally busy year so far for the Knutsford Hosts as we’ve volunteered for a huge range of charities and events from RHS Tatton and Knutsford Heritage Open Days to the Lions Street Fair and the Children’s Adventure Farm Trust open day,” said Sarah Flannery, Hosts co-ordinator.

“So we were delighted when Henry, one of our Knutsford Hosts, offered this lovely chance for us to have a social afternoon learning all about the fascinating history of Peover Hall and relaxing over tea and cakes in the sunshine.”

Henry said: “Cheshire is very lucky to have some fantastic volunteer organisations and the Tatton Estate were delighted to be able to support Knutsford Hosts in a small way by giving their volunteers a tour of the Hall and Gardens with refreshments in the Park House Tea Rooms as a thank you to recognise their contribution.”

The Hosts have a busy autumn and winter ahead as they will be volunteering at the Knutsford Beer Festival, the Pumpkin Path, the town’s Christmas weekend and lantern parade.

“We will also be supporting the Lions Christmas collection and the Tatton Yule Yomp and various other local projects,” said Sarah.

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