Moggerhanger Park Visit

Watercolour commisioned by Twigden Homes for use in advertising. View showing impression of house after restoration.

Guided Tours of Moggerhanger House and Park

Tuesday 5 April 2022 at 11:00am: entries £10.00 members and guests
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Moggerhanger Park is a historic Georgian house, recently promoted to Grade I listing. It is recognised as the most complete surviving example of Sir John Soane’s architecture. Our guides will explore the history of the house and highlight the features of its fascinating interior. The day will begin promptly at 11:00am with coffee, tea and Danish pastry or biscuits.

The stylish grounds include 33 acres of parkland and woodland designed in part by Humphry Repton. Tim Kirk, the head gardener, will guide us round the current shrubberies, walled gardens and plantings, and describe his plans for the restoration and development of the site.

Optional snack lunch of sandwiches and savouries, with fruit or petits fours, may be available in the house for a further £10.00 (payable on the day) if 20 attendees to the house tour wish to prebook for it. Please book for lunch by email to admin@cambridgeshiregardenstrust.org.uk by Sunday 27 March.

Bookings: preferably by BACS transfer of £10 to Cambridgeshire County Garden Trust (sort code 20-29-68, account number 30347639) using your name as reference. Cheques, payable to Cambridgeshire Gardens Trust, may be sent to Jane Sills, The Willows, Ramsey Road, Ramsey Forty Foot PE26 2XN.

We hope to see you there!

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Cambridgeshire Gardens Trust Newsletter Editor and Web-Apprentice

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