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TOR Systems: Modernising the ticketing infrastructure at Tatton Park’s historic estate

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Tatton Park in Cheshire is an historical estate that has been a residence since 16th century and today is a popular visitor attraction that includes a neo-classical mansion, 50 acres of landscaped Gardens, 1,000 acres of Deer Park, a rare breed working farm and medieval Old Hall
Last year it completed the redevelopment of its EPOS system with TOR Systems and created an infrastructure that includes wifi across the estate, online ticketing and contactless payment. Now it is moving onto the second phase of the project, which will include a new membership scheme

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Tatton Park innovates to extend demographic reach

Baby pig Tatton ParkTatton Park’s new Field to Fork and other initiatives plan to extend the National Trust property’s demographic reach.

carole mullineux tatton park How does a classic country estate keep its core customer base happy while attracting a fresh new demographic?  Blooloop spoke with Carole Mullineux (right), Business Development Manager at Tatton Park.  She explained how her background and expertise is helping to maximise the heritage brand’s potential. However, everything comes back to keeping true to Tatton Park’s ‘Spirit of Place’.

A new role for an ancient estate

Mullineux’s background lies in marketing and business development.  Her degree was in marketing and she went on to work for a number of companies including the Co-operative Wholesale Society (CWS); insurance group Royal Sun Alliance, Kodak and a small business.

“It is a very varied array of industry sectors and of budgets,” says Mullineux. “It gives me a strong background in knowledge and experience and the capacity to apply it in terms of a business development and marketing context at Tatton.”

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The Sky’s the limit!

Exciting new customer – The Sky Garden

We are very excited to announce that we have been successful in winning the contract to provide our ticketing system to The Sky Garden, 20 Fenchurch Street, London. The system will be used to manage all bookings to the new Attraction, due to open early next year.

The free-to-access Sky Garden occupying the top three floors of Rafael Vinoly’s 37 storey, 525ft 20 Fenchurch Street will span three floors and offer uninterrupted views across the City of London. Served by two express lifts, visitors arrive to a beautiful landscaped garden at level 35 surrounding the Sky Pod bar – which serves a range of innovative cocktails, wine and Champagne.  A viewing area is available on level 36 and finally a public terrace and restaurant at level 37.

The space is managed by  “rhubarb” food who also run Gallery Mess at Saatchi Gallery, “rhubarb” at the Royal Albert Hall, and Bond & Brook by “rhubarb” at Fenwick. Renowned for their catering legacy of 18 years, “rhubarb” will also be offering private events at 20 Fenchurch Street.


The Sky Garden will be a truly unique space and has been designed to create an open and vibrant place of leisure offering visitors a rare chance to experience London from a different viewpoint. For more information please visit http://skygarden.london/