June has been a busy month for our Maintenance Team of volunteers. We received support from Jaguar Landover who organised for 3 visits in June (groups of 10+) who were on site from 1000 – 1530 hours on each occasion. We are so grateful for their help who all enjoyed their time with us and worked so hard.

A few of the jobs they helped with, were the laying of play bark around the ponds and our Nature Wildlife Walk, the endless task of pulling Himalayan balsam, help in painting the Visitor Centre and general tidying of the site, which at this time of year is never ending.

Repairs were carried out to our Visitor Centre by our dedicated maintenance team who have done an excellent job on the repair.

We also had a visit from Coventry Conservation Volunteers who helped with the pulling of Himalayan balsam.

Looking ahead to September, we will again be taking part in Heritage Open Days over two weekends when Bagot’s Castle will be open to the public free of charge on the following days:
Our normal opening times will apply 1030 -1600 with last admissions being 1530.
We will have various activities on the day for children and our homemade cakes.
Please check our website for updates and notices on our Notice Board on our entrance gate.

Please check here for openings during the summer holidays or call 07796 438711 for information. We are hoping to open on Tuesdays on Thursdays during August 1030 -1500, but at the moment we struggling with the availability of our volunteers.

We would like more meet and greet volunteers to help on the meet and greet side, so if you can spare us 4 hours for a morning or afternoon shift during the weekend we would be very grateful of your support.

Thank you to all volunteers and all who support us.