Edward’s Trust is a unique and ground-breaking charity that provides support for children and families during serious illness and bereavement. At Eaton Manor we are proud to support their work. We can offer a truly private and tranquil environment for the charity to hold special retreats for those who are bereaved to help them on their difficult journey ahead.
Although based in the Birmingham area the trust have recently started holding retreats at Eaton Manor to provide counselling and support for those who’ve been affected by the loss of a child.
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We are thrilled to be award winners in the prestigious VisitEngland 2012 award for best self catering accommodation in the UK.
We received the bronze award at the VisitEngland awards for excellence 2012 ceremony in Leicester and are especially thrilled about this as we were one of only four finalists in the whole country in this category and the only contender located in the Midlands.
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As most of us will have experienced, the sun was busily beating down at the end of March. Eaton was bathed in unseasonably warm sunshine and the countryside sprang to life.
Along with the dusting of blackthorn blossom, with its promise of sloes later in the year, other spring-time flowers have emerged with joy.
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Continuous improvement and dedication to our guests is at the heart of what we do at Eaton Manor and we pride ourselves on making sure that all the properties are looking their best for the new season, as well as the gardens and communal areas such as the games room and swimming pools.
The team at Eaton has been very busy getting everything ready for the new season including the following:
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Some beautiful, warm and sunny days have given rise to feelings that spring has now arrived and the gardens at Eaton are definitely showing signs of this. David, our Head Gardener, tells of how a sure sign of this is that the Snowdrops are now all but over and the Daffodils are starting to bloom.
What is Starting to Bloom
The Daffodils that were planted in their hundreds last autumn, as part of our local community effort, are now coming through, as well as the Tulips and some of the various blossoms on the estate – although the main cherry blossoms are biding their time before making their spectacular show (a sight well worth seeing when they do!).
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