Residents are invited to join the festive party this Christmas at Hanbury Hall.

From Saturday, November 25 until Sunday, January 7, guests can visit the Hall for a nostalgic trip back in time inspired by the rumours of wild house parties held by the tenants of the 1970s and 1980s.

Visitors should prepare for a blast from the past as they explore the house dressed up for a Christmas of years gone by with a range of colours, lights and tunes galore.

A spokesperson for Hanbury Hall said: “As you wander through the Hall, reminisce over your favourite toys from the era and revisit a surprisingly familiar buffet.

“Catch some of the classics on the telly and wander upstairs to listen to all the Christmas number ones all while enjoying a Babycham or two from our Del Boy Bar where you might even bump into Father Christmas.”

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In the courtyard, there will be a glistening 16-foot Christmas tree and a second-hand bookshop packed with award-winning titles, comforting classics and children’s books.

There will also be disco ball decorations in the garden with a chance for residents to visit the Long Gallery to explore the 1970s and 1980s fashion, art and photography exhibition organised by Anne Walter.

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If that isn’t enough, residents can follow one of three routes on a winter walk in the parkland and refuel in the Courtyard Kitchen restaurant or dog-friendly Stables Café with hot chocolate, mulled wine or hot turkey bap.

Entry to Hanbury Hall is free for National Trust members with a three-course Christmas lunch available in the Courtyard Kitchen available by pre-booking.

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