Woolbeding

We spent the afternoon at Woolbeding, an early eighteenth-century manor house which was leased in the early 1970s by Simon Sainsbury and Stewart Grimshaw and comprehensively restored, with help in the layout of the garden from Lanning Roper.

The house:-

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Woolbeding church:-

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Scenes from the garden:-

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A Dutchman’s Pipe:-

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The river Rother at the bottom of the garden:-

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The Victorian hornbeam tunnel put in in 1876:-

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An Oriental plane:-

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And the cedar tree:-

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