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Walled Garden Appeal

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Fundraising & support


With many conservation & restoration projects at Wollaton Hall & Deer Park, did you know you can help us re-establish the Walled Garden in Wollaton’s iconic park?

You can get involved with supporting it’s conservation & restoration by Adopting a Brick and making a donation to help restore the Cucumber Frame, as well as volunteering with the Friends of Wollaton group.

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Restoration of the Cucumber Frame

Built in 1864, the aim of the appeal is to restore the frame to its original condition by rebuilding the timber and glazed superstructure.

Go to the Cucumber Frame appeal
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Adopt a Brick

By adopting a brick you can play an essential role in developing the Walled Garden. Adopt a brick makes for a perfect gift or memorial and supports the on-going conservation and restoration projects.

Go to Adopt a Brick
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Thanks to our partners

Wollaton’s Walled Garden project works with many partners across Nottinghamshire, including:

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Discover more about the restoration?

At Wollaton Hall & Deer Park, there is a a project to transform it into a World of Wonder accessible to everyone. Part of this project is to conserve & restore the Walled Garden, to bring to life and unify the estate of Wollaton Hall & Deer Park.

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