18 November 2018

December Fun Thanks To The National Lottery

Burton Constable Hall & Grounds will be throwing open its doors for free to National Lottery players from Monday 3rd to Thursday 6th December 2018. We are joining participating National Lottery funded visitor attractions across the UK in saying ‘thanks’ to people who have raised money for good causes by buying a lottery ticket.

Burton Constable is delighted to be taking part in the National Lottery 'Thank You' event.  You can see the most recent project at Burton Constable that has been funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund.  The Carved Room in the Hall is a spectacular early 18th century Gentleman's study, now fully restored by specialist craftsmen, incorporating original and recreated decorative wood carving.  Twenty years of research and a lottery grant of £65,000 made this restoration possible.

Ros Kerslake, Chief Executive of the Heritage Lottery Fund, said: 
“December is a wonderful time to experience the UK’s rich, diverse and exciting heritage, which has been transformed by more than £7bn National Lottery funding since 1994.  This is a small gesture of thanks and a way of giving something back to the people who buy tickets.”

Take a look at the Heritage Lottery fund Map for all free offers.

Terms & Conditions
 One National Lottery ticket provides free entry for one person to the Hall, Stables and Grounds. Proof of ticket can be paper or digital and must have been purchased in November 2018.
This offer is not valid for group bookings.
The offer is valid from Monday 3rd December up to and including Thursday 6th December 2018. The Hall is open from 11am – 4pm, last admission 3pm and the Stables & Grounds are open 10am – 5pm, last admission 4pm.
Burton Constable Foundation has the right to refuse entry in the unlikely event of venue reaching capacity, as well as unforeseen circumstances.
Valid National Lottery tickets must be presented at the ticket desk on arrival.

Contact Details:

Joy Swift - Visitor Services Manager

T: 01964 508163

E: joyswift@burtonconstable.com

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