YHA Ilam Hall

Afternoon tea at Ilam Hall


On your journey of a lifetime, what will you leave behind?

Please be our guest for a scrumptious afternoon cream tea at the idyllic YHA Ilam Hall on Tuesday 15th May for a special event joint-hosted by YHA and Flint Bishop Solicitors, a multi-award winning Derbyshire law firm.

Claire Rudkin, Partner and Head of Wills and Probate at Flint Bishop will provide information about the importance of will making and how estate planning can make life easier for you and your loved ones.

Legacy giving is incredibly important to YHA. A gift in your will – whatever its size – can help transform young lives. we’d love to talk to you about how we use legacy gifts to improve access to travel and real adventures – experiences that improve young people’s health, wellbeing, and future prospects.

The event will begin at 2pm and end at 5pm. There is a car park at YHA Ilam Hall that is free for National Trust members and discounted for YHA guests (tickets available from YHA reception on arrival).

Please join us and bring a partner or a friend. You can let us know you’re coming by giving Karen Frampton a call on 01629 592 720 or by emailing [email protected]

2pm - 5pm



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Afternoon tea at Ilam Hall

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OS Map: 119

OS Grid Ref: SK131506

Lat/Lng: 53.053087, -1.805223

Contact information

Email: [email protected]

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