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The Maize is now closed!

September 22, 2017 7:44 pm

Thank you to everyone who visited the Maize this year. We hope you have fun solving our latest riddles. We’ll be announcing the winners of this years competition soon!    

Last chance to visit this year’s Maize Maze!

August 8, 2017 1:32 pm

The Maize is open daily until Friday 22nd September! The Maize is now it it’s third year and continues to be a popular attraction. With over 5 acres of twists and turns to explore along with new riddles, The Maize is great fun for the whole family. This year’s Maize... View Article

Back 2 Basics – Forrest School

April 25, 2017 3:52 pm

We are excited to welcome Back 2 Basics who will be working alongside us on the campsite. As a new entertainment provider,  Back 2 Basics will be offering Forest School sessions and laser days. For More information, please click Back 2 Basics

Yankee Roughnecks Return To Kelham Hall

April 7, 2017 3:14 pm

As Britain fought for its survival during World War II, a team of American oil drillers travelled across the Atlantic to help with the UK war effort. They became known as the ‘Roughnecks of Sherwood Forest’. Their contribution to the UK oil industry was celebrated at the Dukes Wood Oil... View Article

Kelham Hall to Host Museum To Commemorate American Oil Riggers’ Contribution to Britain Winning World War II.

March 29, 2017 2:47 pm

Kelham Hall, near Newark is regarded by many as Nottinghamshire’s last undiscovered stately home. Designed by world-­renowned architect George Gilbert Scott it was built in the Gothic Style. Once the home of the monks of the Sacred Mission, the country house has an interesting past enduring fires, wars and extensive... View Article

New Website

July 28, 2016 2:12 pm

We are pleased to announce the launch of the brand new Kelham Hall & Country Park website. Our new website has been designed with a focus on making the information that you are looking for easier to find, as well as modernising the style and feel. Kelham-Hall.com is now fully responsive to modern tablets... View Article