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Spooky scarecrow trail

Scarecrow at Lotherton Hall, as part of the trail.

25 October 2014 - 2 November 2014, 11:00am - 3:00pm

Drop-in activity for families.


Back and better than ever! Beware... we aim to scare!

Follow the clues around Lotherton Hall and see the spooky scarecrows on display.

Don't forget to visit the Witches' Cottage!

Price:   Free, but usual admission applies.

Contact details:   Please contact us on 0113 378 2959 or email lotherton.hall@leeds.gov.uk for information.

Additional information:  

Lotherton Hall 

Off Collier Lane
LS25 3EB

t.   0113 378 2959


Explore a fine Edwardian country home with extensive grounds, red deer park, bird garden, nature trails, historic stables and carriage houses, gardens, walks and two children's play areas.


Adventure playground
Play area
Baby change
Education facilities
Picnic area
Walks and trails


For information about disabled access, baby changing facilities and dog access please look for the link under 'related pages' or visit http://www.leeds.gov.uk/museumsandgalleries/Pages/lothertonhall/Access-at-Lotherton-Hall.aspx
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Public transport  

Finding your way to Lotherton Hall. By bus: Bus numbers 64 and 64A go to Aberford from Leeds City Centre. There is then an approximate 20-30 minute walk. By train: The nearest train station is Garforth, located 4 miles away. By car: Lotherton Hall is situated off Collier Lane which is just off junction 47 of the M1. If you are using a route planner, our postcode is LS25 3EB. Please contact Metroline for up-to-date travel information on (0113) 245 7676.


Entrance prices include admission to the hall and estate and parking charges are included in your visit. There is plenty of parking available.

Pay and display parking alone is available during off peak hours only. Off peak hours are until 10.00am and after 3.15pm in the winter and 4.15pm in the summer.

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