At weekends and bank holidays, you can look round the house and see cooking in the kitchen on the Victorian range, find out about the history and see quirky found artifacts from the house and grounds. There are guided tours every Friday at 11am, where Cogges historians and volunteers explain the history and stories of past tenants and owners.
Cogges Heritage Trust, which is the charity set up to care for and oversee the running Cogges Manor Farm, is looking to recruit up to two new Trustees to its Board. Trusteeship brings a number of responsibilities with it and candidates will need to be able to meet the role description. We are particularly looking for individuals who, in addition to the general qualities of a Trustee, have expertise in the fields of food policy, farming and/or animal husbandry to help us plan our work. The position of Trustee is unpaid. To learn more about the role of Cogges Trustees and arrange an informal discussion, contact us here.
Come along to Cogges and see the MG classic cars stop off at around 12.30
Kids cooking club and Half term fun for all
Join experts from Oxfordshire Buildings Record and learn how to survey a Cogges building
Spend the day at Cogges and learn craft techniques to make a gorgeous willow pig, perhaps modelled on one of the Cogges pigs, Pumpkin or Pickle.
Try out dry stone wall building in the grounds at Cogges
The Festival Players present Shakespeare's tragic tale on the manor house lawn.
Magical mayhem on the manor house lawn with a traditional all male cast
Open until 3rd November 2013
(Last Entry 4.30pm)
Bank Holiday Mondays
The manor house is only open on weekends and Bank Holidays
with tours every Friday at 11am
Tel: 01993 772602
Child (3-16) £3
Weekends and Bank Holidays
Child (3-16) £12.50
Prices shown include Gift Aid
Café opening times are Tues-Fri 9am-5pm, weekends and Bank Holidays 10am-5pm