The Garden is open for casual guests on the 1st & 3rd Sundays of the month from 10 - 4, accompanied by live Classical Chamber Music.  Group visits (5+) at other times may be made by appointment. We look forward to welcoming you.

Please note that there is limited access for wheelchairs and the disabled. We discourage children under 12 years of age as they pose a danger to many delicate sculptures and to themselves!

Dogs must be kept on a leash at all times and away from sculptures and plinths.

CURRENTLY AT THE GARDEN

Come and see the latest additions to the Garden:

Shadowtwister by John Wragg (built by John and Nick)

Ceramics and jewelry by Persheng Warzandegan

Come and meet the Master of Chance - a recent addition to the Sculpture Garden - 7 meters high, standing tall and imposing.

Come and enjoy our beautiful Moorish Courtyard and Gallery/Studio.

Upcoming EVENTS

 

MOSAIC WORKSHOP

The next Mosaic and Mosaic Table Workshop is taking place on Wednesday November 22nd but is already full up.

The next one is scheduled for Wednesday December 6th. Please let us know if you're interested and we'll sign you up!

Come and make a beautiful mosaic panel to take home and hang on your wall or make a table which you can use and enjoy every day! Contact us for details of table sizes available.

PAST EVENTS

Mosaic Workshops. See here.

April 22 2017 - Sold-out afternoon concert by accomplished UK musician, guitarist and singer KEITH JAMES, featuring many works of the late Leonard Cohen. Find out more about Keith, his life and music here. Keith will be back to perform again in the Garden later in the year - Watch this space!

Oct 31 2015 - Art Extravaganza!!! 22 Artists set themselves up in the Garden and many  art lovers visited them and discussed (and purchased!) their work. Look here.

Oct 17 2015 -  Many guests to the Garden helped raise Kitty's Totem Pole and a glass to celebrate the erection of this monumental Canadian First Nation sculpture. Photo here

Sept 21st 2014: INAUGURATION

Over 150 art-lovers celebrated the opening of the Garden.