Trust Autumn Talk, 2022

Crook Hall Gardens & The Durham City Green Corridor

One of the most exciting events of 2022 was the reopening under the National Trust of Crook Hall Gardens, with ambitions to make them a gateway into a green corridor north of the City, even up to Finchale Priory and including the National Trust-owned Moorhouse Wood.

We are delighted to be able to welcome Eric Wilton (Regional General Manager), Helen Moir (Project Manager), and Laura Mcintyre-Brown (Durham City Green Corridor Project Manager) for a presentation, open to all, entitled “Crook Hall Gardens & The Durham City Green Corridor”.

This will take place on Tuesday 6th December at 7 pm in room 201 of the Elvet Riverside building, New Elvet (nb use the more southerly of the two entrances to Elvet Riverside).

Alternatively, you can watch via Zoom by emailing a day or so before the event to request the link.

Crook Hall

The Trust has been saddened by the news that Crook Hall has stopped trading and has to be sold. The Hall is a real heritage asset to the City as well as a beautiful garden space in which to relax.