The wait is over.
We have our first Butterwick Ladies Afternoon Tea of the year and it is being held in the fantastic Bowes Museum on Wednesday 20th March 2019 from 11am. The Bowes Museum has a nationally renowned art collection and is situated in the town of Barnard Castle. Tickets are £24 per person.
The day will run as shown below, please read this before booking your place to assure you are happy with the timings. There will be two talks for the day, one from a wonderful member of Bowes Museum, and another surprise guest. At the end of our schedule, there will be the opportunity to have a guided tour. This is non-compulsory and will only lasts approximately half an hour from 4pm. If you would like to book onto the guided tour from 4pm, please tick the box underneath to state you would like this included, it is completely free of charge and you will be taken around all of Bowes Museum grounds.
Please note, there is disabled access, there are wheelchairs, which can be used for the tour if needed and there are also portable stools you can carry whilst taking part in the tour. The tour will only be available to those who have selected they would like a tour, as staff will need to be brought in for this occasion and there are limited places in each tour.
Schedule of the day:
11am – Shopping with the stallholders ready for Spring
12.30am – Seated for first talk
1.30pm – Afternoon Tea is served
2pm – The option to watch the Silver Swan, which is based next door to our room for the day (the only showing of the day, lasts approximately 5 minutes)
2.30pm – Last talk of the day
3.30pm – Raffle to be drawn
4pm – The option to have a guided half an hour tour with a Bowes Museum guide
Tables for this event will be in groups of 8. If you are a larger party please let us know and we can keep you on tables close to each other and spread you out evenly.
Spaces for this wonderful event are limited so please be sure, call us on 01388 603003 or book below. If anyone in your party has dietary requirements please be sure to add them onto the form.