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A visit to Angelsey Abbey – September 2020

Anglesey Abbey, a Jacobean-style house with beautiful gardens and a working water mill is only 50 minutes away from Biddenham.  Originally the home of Lord Fairhaven it is now owned by the National Trust and is well worth a visit … Continue reading

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Anglesey Abbey – Winter Lights 2014

Those members of the BGA that attended in April 2014, will remember the fascinating talk given by Richard Todd on the ‘Four Seasons of Anglesey Abbey’. As a direct result (on Friday 5th December), 30+ Members of the BGA visited Angelsey … Continue reading

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The Four Seasons in Anglesey Abbey Gardens

At another well attended meeting, on 15th April, Richard Todd, head Gardener at Anglesey Abbey gave us an entertaining and stunningly illustrated talk on the Four Seasons in Anglesey Abbey Gardens. Anglesey Abbey is a National trust property just off … Continue reading

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Anglesey Abbey revisited…

A quick passing visit – despite the dampish weather, an interesting mix of autumnal colour, groundcover and flowers on show – the Dahlia’s hanging on but worthy of attention! »» Click for photo’s »

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