THE HIDDEN ORANGERY & ITS GARDEN AT INGESTRE HALL
WELCOME TO INGESTRE ORANGERY
Ingestre Orangery is a Grade II listed building in the Staffordshire village of Ingestre.
The Orangery sits in the grounds of Ingestre Hall and is owned by Sandwell Council**.
The Friends of Ingestre Orangery have a lease from Sandwell Council and are working to restore the Orangery so that its heritage can be shared, used and enjoyed by the community.
The Orangery had been left unused for many years and is in desperate need of repair.
Find out more about our Heritage Lottery Fund development project and how you can get involved.
New events will be published shortly for 2017
See our 'What's On?' page for more information. Check out our latest calendar of events here.
The Friends of Ingestre Orangery have recently received a Heritage Lottery Fund grant of £48,900 towards the cost of developing the project to restore the Orangery for community use.
This phase of the project involves undertaking surveys, carrying out historical research and devising an exciting programme of heritage based activities and events - all will take place in and around our Grade II Listed Orangery.
** Please note that Ingestre Hall is not open to the public, unless as arranged through the Friends of Ingestre Orangery. If you would like to make an enquiry about this, please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org or keep an eye on this website for future public openings.
Donations can be made to Friends of Ingestre Orangery via the following link