In light of the current situation and recent Government advice, we have sadly made the decision to cancel our Concours and Country Fair in June and will be offering full refunds for any tickets purchased. We do not currently have an alternative date planned at this time but do hope to be able to reschedule next year and will inform you in due course of the new dates. We would like to thank you for your continued support and hope to welcome you next year.
All proceeds & profits from Heveningham Concours go into a charitable trust which funds a local dementia unit, various cases of need locally and has contributed substantially towards building a new centre for a Community Care Nursing Fund where the local hospital was closed. It also supports local schools with equipment & provides a full ‘i-mobility’ design scholarship at the Royal College of Art.
Heveningham Hall is a Grade I listed Georgian mansion built between 1778–80 incorporating work from an earlier Queen Anne house and set in 5,000 acres of Capability Brown parkland. The house was designed by Sir Robert Taylor with interiors of circa 1781-4 subsequently designed by James Wyatt. Wyatt's work at Heveningham is among his most significant. The length of the house, twenty-five bays, far surpasses the ordinary and contributes to the ranking of Heveningham as one of the most important country houses in Britain.