Come and join us
Open Air Theatre
27th August 2021
Charlotte Bronte’s masterpiece is brought vividly to life in this new stage
adaptation. From the cruelty of Jane’s life as a child to the passions and
mysterious secrets of her adult life, this is the story of Jane Eyre, an orphan
with no love or family. Only the spirit to endure and grow into a strong
and independent women. CLICK FOR MORE
Little Ponton Hall
Little Ponton Hall and its gardens nestle in the curve of the River Witham as it winds its way through the rolling countryside of South Lincolnshire towards Lincoln.
The 18th century house, home to Mr and Mrs George McCorquodale, is surrounded by spacious lawns dominated by a 200 year old cedar tree. In the walled vegetable garden are the Victorian greenhouses and a listed dovecote. The most recent addition is the development of a herb garden.
Adjoining the garden is the tiny village church dedicated to St. Guthlac.
In the early spring, swathes of snowdrops clothe the river banks, and aconites form a golden carpet around the Church walk.
This is a magical, secret garden, rarely opened to the public.
18th Century House
Surrounded by spacious lawns dominated by a 200 year old cedar tree
Nestled in the curve of the River Witham as it winds its way through the rolling countryside
Private visits to
Little Ponton Hall
If you are part of a group and would like to arrange a private tour of the
gardens at a time to suit you, please get in touch and we will book you in. We
still have some spaces remaining so please get in touch!
You will be welcomed by a member of the family and will have the gardens
to yourself for your enjoyment. The greenhouses will be open and plants will
be for sale (while stocks last!).
Refreshments will be provided and covered in the cost.
Admission is £8 per person.
If you would like to experience this unique way of visiting the gardens, please contact us on
Magical, secret garden
The most recent addition is the development of a herb garden
We are delighted to be opening the Gardens on June 14th and 21st from 11am to 4pm. We are hoping that the weather is kind and you will be able to see the Roses in full bloom.
Home made refreshments will be on sale and the Church will be open. Admission is £5 per person and children under 16 are free.
Well behaved dogs on leads are most welcome!
If you require any further information
Little Ponton Hall lies approximately
2 miles south east of Grantham,
about ½ mile east of the A1.
General Garden Openings:
Special opening dates
please refer to the ticket price advertised
Coach parties welcome on our open days – for more details please contact us
Free car parking
and dog friendly.