Walled Garden - Bad at keeping secrets!

Walled Garden - Bad at keeping secrets!

Behind those gates, the Walled Garden continues to grow and mature before opening. 

 

17.06.2016

We're not great at keeping secrets! Although you can't blame us, after all, our mission is to share! 

We are delighted to offer a sneak preview of the 'Walled Garden so far' to those visiting during the launch weekend of Bob Davison's Exhibition, 'Borders'.

The Garden isn't yet finished! We still have some ground works to complete and with our Museum Friends are seeking funding for the Pergola.  This structure is the last item from the original master plan, and will go over the west end path, upon which we intend to grow fruit trees to create a 'fruit arch'.

In addition to this, with the support of a few volunteers, the planting out of the Garden borders has been taking place.  As well as our volunteers, we are grateful to the creative vision of local artist-gardener Cleo Mussi, who has worked with us to create a striking planting plan which will eventually fill the garden with swathes of glorious colour. We've kept the overall plan a little under wraps.  Like any natural space it will take a while to mature but we hope you like the appearance once you step through the doors into the Garden. 

If you'd like to support the Museum's Walled Garden project by donating a plant we've created a 'wishlist' to help.  More details can be found here. We ask that these are brought along on during the sneak preview.

More information on the sneak preview can be found here. It is for one weekend only, 2nd and 3rd July between 2-4pm.

We are very excited about the Project and are very grateful for all the support it has received over the last few years.  We are now looking forward to sharing this wonderful new learning space with everyone who visits.

The photograph shows one of our young local variety fruit trees, which form the orchard, in blossom.

Click here to read more on the Walled Garden Project.

 

Older Blog Items

10.10.2016

Walled Garden - Now Open!

The Walled Garden is brought back to life...

 
16.09.2016

Walled Garden - Secrets to be revealed

A lot has been happening in the background in the Walled Garden...

 
06.08.2016

Walled Garden: More Sneak Peaks

As progress continues on establishing the secret garden, we invite you to have a sneak peak!

 
 
Blog Archive

29.03.2017 Walled Garden - Springing into Life
10.10.2016 Walled Garden - Now Open!
16.09.2016 Walled Garden - Secrets to be revealed
06.08.2016 Walled Garden: More Sneak Peaks
17.06.2016 Walled Garden - Bad at keeping secrets!
03.05.2016 Walled Garden - News from behind the walls
29.01.2016 Walled Garden: Rain, rain go away, come back...
30.11.2015 Walled Garden - Growing
22.09.2015 Walled Garden - The Wombles would love it!
17.08.2015 Walled Garden - Entranceway build starts
06.07.2015 Walled Garden - remains on track
30.03.2015 Walled Garden - Awards and Inspiration
13.02.2015 Walled Garden - major milestone reached
09.12.2014 Walled Garden - A Critical Path
08.11.2014 Walled Garden - Taken a Peek Recently?
10.10.2014 Walled Garden - the colour palette
11.09.2014 Walled Garden - When will it be finished?
10.08.2014 Walled Garden - Pavilion Tops-Out!
08.07.2014 Walled Garden - The structure rises!
10.06.2014 Walled Garden - A Happy Place!
06.05.2014 Walled Garden - building work to start
17.04.2014 Walled Garden - Volunteers need your vote...
02.04.2014 Walled Garden - Let's Celebrate!
14.03.2014 Walled Garden - The first public 'drop in' event held
09.02.2014 Walled Garden - A dedicated education building for the Garden
06.01.2014 Walled Garden - from dereliction to life
15.11.2013 Walled Garden - the essentials...
30.09.2013 Walled Garden - latest from the ground
25.08.2013 Walled Garden - ACE activities

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