The cows are slowly returning to the park and are extremely protective of their young. Please do not approach them or get between cows and their calves.
The gardens have seen lots of visitors enjoying the activities this week making Mr Grass Head and Easter Gardens, pond dipping, willow snails and playing games. Thursday, our last day of scheduled … Continue reading
It’s cherry blossom and magnolia time in the gardens. Prunus ‘Pink Shell’ looking particularly fabulous against a clear blue sky.
The Tea Rooms will be opening this Sunday for our charity open day on behalf of the National Gardens Scheme. Gather up your Mums and treat them to a stroll … Continue reading
The Godinton carpenters, Tony and Trevor, are turning an old boiler house in the walled garden into a bijou new residence for the white pigeons. They are having to move … Continue reading
The gardens open for the start of the 2014 season this weekend which means a hive of activity tidying the areas we’ve managed to ignore for the last couple of … Continue reading
After the Christmas events, the Great Hall underwent conservation cleaning. The barrel vaulted ceiling, installed in the 17th Century by Captain Nicholas Toke complete with gold rosettes, was carefully cleaned … Continue reading
Due to weather conditions and forecast for the coming days, sadly the Longbow Archery event in the park for the weekend has been cancelled.
With the heavy rain that we have experienced over the last few weeks, many of the lower fields of the estate have become very flooded. The footpaths are passable but … Continue reading
On the first sunny afternoon of the year the Hamamelis is looking cheerful and smelling fabulous.