Go behind the scenes and find out more about Normanby Hall Country Park through our entertaining and informative guided talks.

Tickets can be purchased online via Eventbrite.

Photo of flowers in front of the glass houses in the Normanby Hall Walled Garden

The Victorian Walled Garden at Normanby Hall

Vegetables and Flowers  from the Walled Garden with Paul Beetham
6 July and 14 September

Join the Normanby Parks and Gardens Manager for an introductory practical workshop on the new horticultural methods and redesign of Normanby Hall’s Victorian Walled Garden to successfully grow vegetables and flowers.

This informative talk will explore initial plot creation, basic theory, planting, harvesting and composting. Sensible footwear and outdoor clothing recommended.


Normanby woodland, wild flowers and a variety of different plants and trees.

The historic woodland at Normanby Hall

Woodland Horticultural Walks with Martin Craven
15 July and 19 August

Join R-Evolution Horticultural Tutor Martin Craven for a guided walk around the woodland looking at the Normanby’s fantastic trees and shrubs and see what new additions have been added to help keep the woodland looking its best.

Sensible footwear and outdoor clothing recommended.

This is a free event but pre-booking is essential. Please note – park admission applies or use a Normanby membership.


Photograph of Rebecca Grimbleby

Great British Sewing Bee finalist Rebecca Grimbleby

Rebecca’s Sewing Journey with Rebecca Grimbleby
Wednesday 27 July, 11.30am. Lunch is provided.

Listen to Rebecca’s journey from learning to sew to making it to the final of the Great British Sewing Bee. Lunch is provided.


Normanby Hall and the Sheffield Family with Rose Nicholson
Wednesday 28 September, 11.30am. Lunch is provided.

Join North Lincolnshire Museums Heritage Manager and explore the fascinating history of Normanby Hall and the Sheffield Family.

Find out more about some of the more interesting family characters and their links to wider society.

Photo of flowers in front of the glass houses in the Normanby Hall Walled Garden