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New Website for Bridge End Garden

Updated: Apr 23

The Homepage of Bridge End Garden's new website

The Friends of Bridge End Gardens has today launched a brand-new website containing information for those wanting to visit the Garden, get involved in supporting it, or who just want to take an armchair tour of its beautiful spaces.

Said Liz Lake, Chair of The Friends of Bridge End Gardens (a small charity which supports the running of the Garden):

"This project has been a labour of love by The Friends and we are delighted it is now complete so that we can share our beautiful garden further afield.

"As one of the most important historic gardens in the county - and free to all to visit at that - we feel this jewel in our town now has the online presence it deserves.

"We invite you to take a look at some of the stunning photography of the Garden, find out about the history of the place, take a tour of the various garden 'rooms', explore our 'get involved' pages and subscribe to our news so you can keep in touch with what is going on here.

"We always love to hear from potential volunteers, so please do get in touch to find out more about supporting The Friends of Bridge End Gardens and help maintain this heritage asset for all to enjoy".

The website will be managed and maintained by The Friends of Bridge End Gardens and was built by one of its members, Jilly McNaughton.


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