Tatton Park wants your heart-warming stories to help #sharethelove

Help spread some love and happiness (because we all need it) during these cold winter months - and you could win a hamper

Tatton Park has been the perfect backdrop to many magical moments over the years, including its fair share of romantic encounters.

Now, they’re asking all the romantics out there to share their Tatton Park love stories, to help spread some love and happiness (because we all need it) during these cold winter months.

Maybe it’s the place where you met your own Mr Darcy on a first date, or where a romantic proposal at Tatton’s mere whisked you off to Wuthering Heights?

Maybe love at Tatton Park was like your very own Bridgerton movie set, with the beautiful 18th century mansion or Italian gardens as a backdrop? 

Whatever your special memories, they want to know all about it.

Because who doesn’t love a heart-warming story?

The heritage visitor attraction, which usually receives in the region of 800,000 visitors every year, will be doing a social media takeover on Instagram and Facebook on Sunday 14th February 2021, featuring some of your stories.

But they need them as soon as possible so they’re ready to share on the big day. 

To take part, just email your love story by Sunday 7th February, along with a date and image of the occasion at Tatton Park to tattonmarketing@cheshireeast.gov.uk.

The best of the bunch will receive a special #sharethelove food hamper containing lots of Valentine goodies from Tatton Park’s Housekeeper’s Store.

Tatton Park’s parkland, playground, Stables take-away and Housekeeper’s Store remain COVID-safe and open under new national lockdown rules in line with government guidelines permitting local outdoor exercise, food shops and take-away food.

You can still get outdoors for exercise this winter and explore their 1,000 acres of parkland walks, wildilfe spotting and more.

Please check lockdown regulations before travelling and stay local, and head to their website for further details on ticket enquiries, what to expect if you’re visiting and staying safe on your visit to Tatton Park. 


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