PUZZLED people will again have the chance to put together the pieces at Coughton Court.
The stately home near Alcester will be staging its fourth annual Jigsaw Festival from April 9 to 23.
Hundreds of jigsaws donated last year raised over £6,000 which went towards vital conservation projects at the National Trust property.
Coughton spokeswoman Abi Cole said: “The Jigsaw Festival at Coughton has become a firm favourite with our visitors over the past three years and the team here at Coughton are always astonished by the generosity of the public and the popularity of the festival.
“This year in particular we’re taking a closer look at the craftsmen and women who have cared for Coughton over the centuries and it’s nice to think that by donating or buying a jigsaw you’re helping to conserve this beautiful property for years to come.’
Visit www.nationaltrust.org.uk/coughton-court for further information on the festival or to donate jigsaws.