Improvements at Tatton Park
Cheshire East Council has unveiled plans to offer visitors a better welcome along with improvements to visitor facilities.
The proposals for the historic deer park and visitor attraction near Knutsford will give visitors best value for money and exciting seasonal leisure activities.
Tatton Park, managed by Cheshire East Council, attracts more than 800,000 visitors every year with its neo-classical mansion, award-winning gardens, medieval old hall, working farm, adventure playground, events and stableyard retail and catering facilities -contributing £34m per year to the local economy.
The council is now planning to press ahead with a £2.3m spend on improvements to Tatton's visitor arrival and stableyard facilities to improve visitor welcome and bring it up to the standards of other national and international attractions.
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