TREDEGAR House will be kicking off the new season with two fun-filled events.

Families can turn back the clock and live a day in the life of a servant at the house this February half term.

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This will be an opportunity to explore the warren of rooms below stairs to discover the responsibilities of the service staff of the 19th century. There will also be arts and crafts led by the Tredegar House team in the Servants’ Hall on selected dates.

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Normal admission prices apply.

This event will be taking place from February 16 to March 3.

And in March, people can celebrate St David at the site.

People will be able to listen to legendary tales, tackle legendary trails and see how many dragons you can spot as you explore Tredegar House's many rooms and gardens.

You can also expect a dedicated Welsh menu for the event, including Welsh lamb oggie, leek soup with rarebit scones, barabrith and Welsh honey and polenta cake, as well as a tasty sweet and savoury bakestone pick and mix.

It will be taking place from March 1 to 3, from 1-.30am to 4pm.

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For more information on either event, visit the website