Bulb & Plant Sale in Barn Gardens - Sunday 7th March!
Make sure you join us on Sunday 7th March, as we’re offering you an opportunity to buy a gift for Mother’s Day and support the future development of the gardens at the Barn, whilst also enjoying a take away service from the coffee shop.
Fundraising for future development and maintenance of the garden remains an important part of what the garden volunteers do, and your support will allow us to continue our work. So don't miss out on our plant and bulb sale where you will be able to purchase a variety of potted spring bulbs ready to plant in your garden to add some welcome spring colour. We will have:
- A selection of potted dwarf narcissi, three varieties of allium, camassia and fritillaria meleagris.
- Perennials, such as Geranium phaem "Lily Lovell", Ger. Ann Folkard and other hardy geraniums, Francoa sonchifolia and Sidalcea.
- Some single and double snowdrops.
Additionally, the coffee shop will be serving takeaway service of hot drinks and food from the courtyard.
We look forward to seeing you and hope you will enjoy seeing the spring flowers in all their glory!
We know that some of you are probably fed up of being indoors and are missing the Barn gardens at the moment. So now that the snowdrops are starting to appear, and the weather is beginning to warm up, hopefully spring is on the way! Spring is usually one of the most spectacular seasons in our gardens, and it was a real shame that we had to be closed for most of it last year. Here are just a few memories from the past few years:
'Take A Walk Down High Street' Now available to view online!
Did you know that you are able to view some of our previous exhibitions online? Due to some of the funding we received from the Government’s Culture Recovery Fund last autumn, we have been working with Mark from Bracken Media to upload content from our previous exhibitions onto a new standalone website.
We're pleased to be able to report you can now view our 'Take A Walk Down High Street' exhibition that was first held at the Barn in 2017.
To view this as well as other exhibitions which will soon be added to the site, click here.
Remember to check back in the next few months as more content is added to the site.