Recent News and Articles

  • Loss of 2 trees

    If you go down to the Wildlife area, you will see that sadly 2 trees have had to be felled. A Sycamore was hanging dangerously over the boundary fence, while next to it a Horse Chestnut had a completetely rotten cavity in its trunk. Had either tree, come down towards

  • What to see in April

    As soon as as you walk into the Gardens, you are aware Spring is here. A wren is singing fit to burst and if you are in luck you will hear some of the other visiting warblers starting with the Chiff chaff. There is a fine show of primroses at the

  • What to see in March

    March is the start of Spring. All over the Gardens there are signs of waking up. The Purple plum is in flower South of the John Ray Garden and the Pussy Willow next to it will soon be out. Anthony Bygraves’ tulips are coming up, although our Muntjak is munching them in

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