Restoration of Courtyard25/05/2017
After several years of planning and preparations major restoration and conversion works are now taking place on the Grade II listed courtyard at enys gardens. Phase 1 of the project is seeing the old building being converted into residential dwellings, all of which are expected to be let for long term residential use. Giving local chance a people to live on the historic estate, with enys gardens right on their doorstep.
Estate owner Wendy Folwer says:" It is really exciting to see the old buildings being uncovered and sensitively converted, and well worth the wait."
The seven dwellings of various sizes are expected to be completed spring 2018.
Anyone interested in occupying these new dwelling can registrer their interest by contacing email@example.com.
Extended opening hours at enys gardens
We are now open every Sunday between 11am-5pm until the end of September. Opening hours Tuesday and Thursday remains 2-5, with extended opening hours during the Bluebell Festival.
Opening hours for Bluebell Festival Saturday 29th April- Saturday 6th May are 11am-5pm every day. The enys Tea rooms will be serving sandwiches, soup, cakes and cream teas throughout the Bluebell Festival and is also open during the normal garden opening hours.
Miracle returns to enys gardens
The local Theatre group wil be returning to enys gardens with 'The Third Policeman.
Established in 1979, Miracle is one of the South West’s key arts organisations.
It produces a rich mix of touring theatre, always with a unique comic style, joyful use of language and an immediate visual appeal. It embraces digital technology and nurtures new writers, performers, venues and promoters.
Miracle works with promoters to build audiences by bringing ‘big’ shows to little venues; it is committed to touring work which is innovative, but not intimidating, to communities in the far flung corners of the UK.