Welcome to Hoghton Tower
Covid19: the house and gardens and tea room are closed until further notice.
CORONAVIRUS UPDATE – 15th July 2020
We are working behind the scenes to welcome you back to some areas of Hoghton Tower as soon as we can. We will keep you updated with more details as soon as they are confirmed.
Tickets are now on sale on our events page for:
The Hoghton Tower Farmers’ Market: 19th July 2020
Most areas of Hoghton Tower remain closed until further notice (this includes the house, the tea room, the gardens and the Irishman’s Tower).
We very much appreciate your understanding and continued support during this period. Please keep an eye on our website and social media for further updates on gradual reopening as planning develops and guidance changes.
We’re thinking of all our visitors during this difficult time, we hope you and your families are staying safe and well, and we look forward to welcoming you back to Hoghton Tower from a distance.
We are still able to respond to enquiries by email on firstname.lastname@example.org but our response times may be slower than normal.
Staff and visitor safety is our main priority so please follow the safety measures that we have put in place.
Please follow social distancing guidelines and maintain a minimum distance of 2 metres from staff and other visitors and make sure to follow NHS guidance.
COVID-19 Secure Statement
The Hoghton Tower Preservation Trust is fully committed to safeguarding the health, safety and security of our staff, volunteers, visitors, partners, tenants and residents.
We are aware of and will comply with Public Health England (PHE), the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) Guidance.
We are not open yet but when we will reopen:
We will carry out a COVID-19 risk assessment and share the results with our workforce. For each event we run, we will carriy out specific Covid 19 risk assessments.
We will have cleaning, handwashing and hygiene procedures in line with guidance
We will encourage working from home as much as possible and have staggered shifts
We will take all possible steps to maintain the two metre social distance in our office and across all our activities as required
Where people cannot be two metres apart for essential operational reasons, we will do everything possible to manage the transmission risk
Please note that the Hoghton Tower Preservation Trust is one of many unfunded heritage organisations. We operate entirely without local authority or Arts Council funding and as such we rely on the ongoing support of our visitors and donors. Please consider making a donation to us via this link to enable us to continue our work to preserve this beautiful part of Lancashire’s heritage.
By attending our events you are supporting Hoghton Tower Preservation Trust in preserving the House for the future.
Please see our Events page for details of our events
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