Mothering Sunday Afternoon Tea
Sunday 10th March
12pm – 4pm
Indulge in a delightful afternoon tea, celebrating Mothering Sunday with scrumptious treats, warm conversations, and cherished memories. Gift for mum.
£40 per adult £20 per child
Murder Mystery DINNER
Friday 22nd March | 7pm
Get ready for a thrilling night of suspense and intrigue at Bridgetown Murders, where you’ll become a detective to solve the crime.
£45 per person
Easter Sunday Afternoon Tea
Sunday 31st March
12pm – 5pm
Take the Easter trail through the woods then join us for a delightful Easter Afternoon Tea, filled with scrumptious treats, aromatic teas, and a joyful atmosphere.
£35 per adult £20 per child
HENRY THE PARROT’S ACTIVITIES
At Broome Park Hotel Henry the Parrot has a host of fun activities for the family to enjoy
Facts About Henry The Parrot
Henry is based at Broome Park, he lives wild in the gardens, and is rarely seen, mainly by the gardener and the kitchen porter, sometimes just before sunset or at dawn.
He is male, called Henry Herbert Kitchener and is approximately 11 years old. He is a descendant of Herbert, his Great Great Grandfather.
Background of Lord Kitchener
Horatio Herbert Kitchener, was the 1st Earl Kitchener, born 24 June 1850, died 5 June 1916 at sea. He was a senior British Army officer and colonial administrator. Lord Kitchener came to prominence for his imperial campaigns.
Lord Kitchener became Governor-General of the Sudan in September 1898 and began a programme of restoring good governance. The programme had a strong foundation, based on education at Gordon Memorial College as its centrepiece – and not simply for the children of the local elites, but children from anywhere could apply to study. He ordered the mosques of Khartoum rebuilt, instituted reforms which recognised Friday – the Muslim holy day – as the official day of rest, and guaranteed freedom of religion to all citizens of Sudan.
Henry is mainly lime green in colour with flashes of red and yellow on his wings, which is why he is difficult to find on the grounds.
The Moluccan Eclectus (Eclectus roratus) is a parrot native to the Maluku Islands (Moluccas the colours of the plumage the male has a mostly bright emerald green plumage. They have a lifespan of 50 years in the wild.
The Maluku are an archipelago in the eastern part of Indonesia. Located east of Sulawesi, west of New Guinea, and north and east of Timor The Moluccas have been considered as a geographical and cultural intersection of Asia and Oceania. The islands were known as the Spice Islands because of the nutmeg, mace, and cloves that were exclusively found there, the presence of which sparked colonial interest in Europe in the 16th century.