Strawberry Fizz and Jazz at Guyzance Hall

Northumberland’s exclusive venue opens its gardens for an afternoon of summer entertainment with champagne, strawberry teas and jazz

For only the second time in its history Guyzance Hall is opening its superb gardens to the public. What better way to spend a summer afternoon than sipping champagne and tapping your feet to the rhythms of a seductive sax in one of Northumberland’s finest country gardens? Strawberry Fizz and Jazz at Guyzance Hall, near Morpeth, takes place between 3-6 pm on Saturday 18th July. Tickets are £20, which includes a glass of fizz, strawberry afternoon tea and summer jazz.

Taking place on the beautifully landscaped lawns of grand Guyzance Hall, this is a ticketed event, exclusive to HospiceCare North Northumberland.

Mike Chambers, General Manager at Guyzance Hall adds: “The music will feature the beautiful sounds of Gershwin and the Jazz classics. We are encouraging Ladies to wear summer florals, as part of the occasion.”
The event is one of a series being held as part of the Open Gardens Scheme in Northumberland between May and August this year. Ranging from open air Shakespeare to the delights of Choral Music, as well as the chance to see and wander through the private worlds of the County’s Finest Gardens, the events are all organised to support HospiceCare North Northumberland.

Contact HospiceCare North Northumberland on 01665 606515 or email Rebecca or Emma at [email protected] More details of how to obtain tickets can also be found on the web site at

Set in its own 350-acre estate, Guyzance Hall is a 19th century Grade II listed residence and a highly sought after wedding and events venue. The Hall is available for an exclusive number of events each year with self catering properties are available for short lets and weekly breaks throughout the year, and 2 miles of fishing rights along the River Coquet.

Guyzance Hall is the sister venue to Eshott Hall near Morpeth, and Doxford Hall near Alnwick. Also part of the group are The Wordsworth Hotel, Grasmere, Dalhousie Castle, and Ednam House, Kelso.