When Sinai understood that its purpose was restoration of people as well as of buildings.
Sinai Park House Trust re-opens the historic Sinai Park House in Burton on Trent for visits and outdoor events to create a centre of wellness and outdoor learning at the site.
Sinai Park House re-opens its doors for visits and outdoor events
To celebrate the re-opening of England on the 17th May 2021, Sinai Park House Trust re-opened the historic Sinai Park House in Burton on Trent for visits and outdoor events in a first step towards its plan to create a centre of wellness and outdoor learning at the site.
An irresistible site
For centuries the site has been irresistible – to Romans, to Medieval monks, seeking recuperation after bloodletting – and later developed by one of Britain’s leading aristocratic families, the Pagets as a pleasure park and hunting lodge.
Sinai Park House is the last remaining built evidence of the greatest religious order in the Midlands and a monument to the recreational pursuits of one of England’s foremost 19th century military heroes, Henry Paget.
New website launch & PR campaign launched to re-enable access to the transformational powers this historic site and Grade II listed building has always been able to offer.
The reopening of the house coincided with the launch of a brand new website which includes the debut of a video performance by Lichfield street poet, Emily Rose Galvin, celebrating Sinai’s transformational powers.
The website was built by Brookes & Co and its digital partner, Brew Ltd. Brookes & Co also supported Sinai Park House Trust in promoting the re-opening of the house and the new website launch through a PR and social media campaign.Find out more