Events at Marble Hill
As the Friends of Marble Hill develops we will update this website with news, events and volunteering opportunities at Marble Hill. If you want to become a Friend and to have an active hand in our working group or assist with the volunteering at the park (or even doing some housekeeping on this website), please get in touch.
- 22nd September 6:00pm – Restoring Marble Hill
A talk by Rebecca Bennet on the work of the English Heritage Conservation Team. From Decant to reinstall, the collections and conservation team are on hand to ensure that each piece is treasured. Find out more from the English Heritage team about what is happening in the historic house at Marble Hill and its collection. Book a place on this zoom session here.
- 27th September 2:00-3:00pm – Theatre in the Park
Ignite Me Theatre company present screens created around disabilities and Covid.
- 29th September 6:00pm – The black Walnut and its importance to Marble Hill
The Black Walnut is one of the most treasured trees within Marble Hill and indeed the world. Find out more from Kate Slack, Marble Hill’s Head Gardener about what makes it so special and what we are doing on site to ensure it is celebrated.
Book a place on this zoom session here.
- 5th October 10:00-11:30am – A home for bees!
Come to our free Zoom session to learn about the Marble Hill beehives, about some of the 270 UK species of bees, and how we can help them thrive. You will also learn to make a bee hotel from everyday materials.
To join us on the FREE Zoom session, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- 18th October 10:00-1:00pm – Family Heritage Morning
Views – what can you see? Learn more about the view from Richmond Hill and why Marble Hill Park played such an important role in its protection. Produce your own painting of a view that is special to you to take home. For more information and to book visit Marble Hill play centers.
Marble Hill Remembers
In conjunction with the British Legion, 879 poppies will be placed in the Park to celebrate the lives of each service person who died in our local area during the First World War.
An exhibition site, which will be installed by volunteers in the first week of November, will highlight those who died and the part that Marble Hill played in the war effort; all of those figures will be commemorated on Remembrance Day (Wednesday 11th November) at 11am in a short celebration of the fallen.
- 22nd November 10:00-1:00pm Family Heritage Morning
Chinoiserie. Explore how Henrietta decorated her home and make your own Chinoiserie inspired wall hanging to take home. For more information and to book visit Marble Hill play centers.