The house is a hive of activity as Mr Tumnus’s house progresses. At least he has a hook for his kettle over the fire now, thanks to our in-house engineer, Paul Neale, who has made the kettle stand complete with an eel chasing some fish. We are so lucky to have such talent gathered under one roof. Our beavers and wolves will be arriving tomorrow. The last time we saw the wolves they had just been carved from polystyrene and looked so menacing, even with neither teeth nor fur. We can’t wait to see them tomorrow.
'The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe' at Chatsworth
9 November - 23 December 2013
Included with admission to the house
Evening nativities in the farmyard
30 November, 7, 14 & 21 December
There are also daytime nativity performances in the farmyard each weekend from 30 November - 22 December. Daytime nativities are first come, first served and an additional £2.50.