A POPULAR National Trust site has warned it may need to turn people away today (Friday).

Croome Court - a mid-18th-century Neo-Palladian mansion surrounded by extensive landscaped parkland - is at capacity and has told visitors to come on a different day.

A spokesperson for the venue said the car parks are reaching capacity and visitors may have to be turned away.

A post by Croom Park on Facebook reads: "Our car park is reaching capacity. We may need to turn you away if there are no available spaces.

"We will delete this post as soon as there are plenty of car parking spaces available."

There will be changes to the parking arrangements at Croome, one of the county’s most popular National Trust sites after the council gave plans the green light.

The National Trust wants to swap around two overflow parking sites at grade-one-listed Croome Court to make “sensible” changes ahead of the busy summer holidays.

The ‘orchard’ at Croome has been used as a secondary car park at the expense of ‘paddock’, which was bought by the National Trust in 2017 and can only be used for 28 days a year.