Here are the full details for the exhibition, let me know if you will be visiting and I will post these details again closer to the date (I have a feeling it will come very quickly!)

Hayloft Gallery Paxton House – 9th -29th June 2011

Paxton House (TD15 1SZ) is 4.5 miles from Berwick upon Tweed and is described as “perhaps the finest example of 18th century Palladian Country houses in Britain”.  Beautiful for a day out with guided house tours and walks along the River Tweed.  Mainline train station at Berwick.

Title; “Translations”


Landscape impression paintings and textile collages in transition from landscapes to feminine thoughts.

Artist in residence dates;

11am – 3pm





Following details off the web site;

Opening Times

Open daily from the 1st of April to the 31st October.

House: 11am – 5pm (Last tour 4pm)
Shop & Tearoom: 10am – 5pm
Grounds & Gardens: 10am – Sunset

Guided Tours of the House

Tours last approx 1 hour and leave from the waiting room adjacent to the courtyard.
Please book in at reception, last tour is 4pm (April & October 3.30pm)


House and Grounds:
Adult: £7.50
Concession: £7.00
Children: £3.50 (5 – 15, under 5’s free)
Family Ticket: £20 (2 adults + 2/3 children)

Grounds Only:
Adult: £4.00
Children: £2.00 (5 – 15 under 5’s free)
Family Ticket: £11 (2 adults + 2/3 children)

Lots of family offers throughout the season.

Group Visits

Group visits to the house and grounds may be arranged for any time of the year and packages tailored to suit your particular group interests are available. Please contact us for any further details.

Study days and specialist tours are available for students and adults with emphasis on architecture, furniture, social history and/or costume.


Paxton House welcomes visitors who are wheelchair users, with dedicated parking bays close to the Reception. However, bearing in mind that Paxton House was built in the 18th Century, access is only available to the main floor via a passenger lift for wheelchair users.

The main floor contains the principle rooms – the entrance hall, morning room, dining room, drawing room, bust room, library and picture gallery. The Hayloft Gallery – exhibition area is also available via a passenger lift. The 18th century kitchen, the Ellem Fishing Club Exhibition, Stables Tearoom, gift shop, toilets and waiting room are all on the ground floor.

Paxton House has a wheelchair available for the use of visitors.

Guide and Assistance dogs are welcome.

One thought on “Exhibition details

  • 12/02/2011 at 10:18 pm

    Thanks for the info. I will certainly get in touch if a visit can be fitted into our schedule.
    I hope it all goes smoothly. Good Luck.

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