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Walled Garden - The structure rises!
The steel frame of the new Pavilion has arrived giving the first glimpses of the flagship feature of the Walled Garden project.
The Friends, Museum team and others involved with the project took a moment of rejoicing as the steel frame for the new Pavilion arrived recently.
We all took a moment of reflection, just over a year and half ago we had a plan but the walled garden, sitting at the heart of an award winning park was derelict and had largely been forgotten. With the support and help of lots of people and organisations we have managed to get so far in a difficult climate.
A little bit of self-indulgence is also required here! During this project the Museum team have continued to deliver everything you, our visitors, have come to expect from your local museum. The passion, motivation and dedication in the team never waivers as we aim, with the Friends of the Museum, to deliver the vision for the Walled Garden. Thank you for your continued support.
For more on the Walled Garden plan visit: http://www.museuminthepark.org.uk/walled-garden-project/
More information about the Friends of the Museum can be found here: http://www.museuminthepark.org.uk/friends-of-the-museum/
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Walled Garden - Now Open!
The Walled Garden is brought back to life...
Walled Garden - Secrets to be revealed
A lot has been happening in the background in the Walled Garden...
Walled Garden: More Sneak Peaks
As progress continues on establishing the secret garden, we invite you to have a sneak peak!
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