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Walled Garden Project

Wollaton’s Walled Garden plays an important role in the transformation of the Wollaton Hall & Deer Park estate to become a World of Wonder accessible to everyone.

Our goal is to develop the Walled Garden to bring to life and unify the estate of Wollaton Hall & Deer Park. The ambition is that the walled garden will be a place to build knowledge and share skills & resources and will include an interactive hub linked to sustainability and health & wellbeing.

With support of partners & volunteers across Nottinghamshire, an appeal to restore the cucumber house is in place, with a series of tours and talks throughout the year.

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Walled Garden Tours

Tours of the Walled Garden give you an opportunity to see the 4-acre site with 12 foot high walls and Head Gardens Cottage built between 1783 – 1788. Explore the work done by volunteers over the last three years to reclaim the site from the ravages of time and the encroachment of ivy and brambles, […]

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Friends of Wollaton Park

Would you like to help the Friends of Wollaton Park with conservation volunteering, litter picking or ranger tasks?

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