Edgmond Hall near Newport, Shropshire
Edgmond Hall is a Georgian House sat in 45 acres of its own woodland and farmland in the village of Edgmond, just outside Newport in Shropshire.
The estate was once a working farm, and now the farm buildings have been converted into games rooms, group spaces and hideaways ideal for a Superweek snug. The centre has ponds for pond dipping, allotments and an animal area with pygmy goats, guinea pigs, chickens and rabbits!
There are brilliant woods, playgrounds and a bonfire pitch. The centre sits right in the heart of the village, so groups will be able to go for a walk, post their postcards and find the local sweet shop.
In previous years at Edgmond Hall we have:
- Gone down to the woods to build dens
- Transformed the barn into an underwater oasis and gone deep-sea diving
- Created our own nations, written national anthems, and held an ATE Olympics
- Met some fiendish pirates and found their treasure on a desert island
- Joined clubs and learned how to do things like card tricks and bread-baking
For some photos and further info, visit Edgmond Hall’s website.