Walled Garden Restoration
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.
It is an expansive project that works with many partners & volunteers across Nottinghamshire. Find out more about ways you can get involved below.
As the Walled Garden was formally the kitchen garden serving Wollaton Hall, it is important we conserve it’s heritage, offering a place for historic & traditional horticulture, and learning & education. With ample space, the ambition is for visitors to enjoy activities, such as tours, workshops, artistic displays, eating, shopping, weddings & holiday let.
Our Garden Appeal
Did you know we have an appeal where you can help us restore the Walled Garden?
You can get involved with supporting the conservation & restoration by Adopting a Brick and making a donation to help restore the Cucumber Frame.
Volunteer to help maintain & restore?
Want to help established charities that work on the Walled Garden project? The Friends of Wollaton Park, Nottingham Civic Society & Wollaton Historical & Conversation Society work hard to maintain and restore the garden, and they make such a difference to Wollaton Park and are always grateful for volunteers.