What would you like to see and do at Ingestre Orangery?

Thank you for taking the time to complete our survey.

The Orangery at Ingestre is being restored to create a heritage and community space; providing a unique venue for a variety of events and activities. It is a beautiful 18th century building situated in a secret garden styled landscape with stunning features and views.

Through restoring the Orangery, the FOIO want to be able to communicate and make accessible the fascinating heritage of Ingestre and we need you to help us achieve this. We want to hear what you would like to see and do in the space.

The Friends of Ingestre Orangery (FOIO) have recently been awarded just under £50k from the Heritage Lottery Fund to allow them to start planning for the future. Please visit www.foio.btck.co.uk/ for more information.

By taking 5-7 minutes to complete this survey, you will be helping to inform the future development of the Orangery.

Your response will remain confidential and the survey will remain open until the 7th August 2016. The more responses we get, the better we can represent the views of all people.

Thanks again for your time, we really appreciate it.

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    History of the Orangery - fruit and food production
    People of the Estate - The Chetwynd and Chetwynd-Talbot families, the servants and gardeners
    Entertainment and Glamour - the swimming pool, celebrity visitors, 1950's Operas
    Garden - the kitchen garden, aviary and zoo, life cycle of plants
    The Contemporary Story - how we got here, volunteers, the restoration so far
    Local memories - memories of those who worked on the estate and later generations in the village.
    Technology - the heating system, the boiler room
    Wellbeing - our connection to the environment, mindfulness, tranquility
    Architecture - James 'Athenian' Stuart, similar local buildings, architectural features
    Landscapes - Capability Brown, views, colours
    Art - the Chetwynd and Chetwynd- Talbot families' connection to art and patronage
    Myths and Legends - unusual happenings and stories of the estate
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    Talk
    Film Night
    Conference
    Live Music
    Evening Events
    Outdoor Events
    Specialist Workshops
    Creative Activities
    Physical Activities
    Family Activities
    Regular Community Group Meeting
    Other
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