The latest news from Painshill

Published: 03/08/2017

Bacchus soon to return home, as the Temple of Bacchus nears completion

England’s most elegant 18th century landscape garden, is on its way to revealing their pièce de résistance, the Temple of...

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Published: 09/05/2017

A letter from the Landscape Team

As far as I can remember the last two months have been gorgeous, warm days, cool nights plenty of sunshine perfect for waking-up...

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Published: 10/03/2017

Garden Update March 2017

Is spring finally here? Are we out of winter yet? Perhaps we are best to adhere to the old saying of “don’t cast a clout till...

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Published: 23/01/2017

Meet Painshill’s new Catering Manager – Ashley Collins

We recently caught up with Painshill’s new Catering Manager, Ashley Collins, where we were treated to an insight of his life as...

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Published: 16/12/2016

Garden Update November/December 2016

Over the last few months we have been focusing mainly on clearing the leaves from the main grass areas of the Landscape. We...

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Published: 08/11/2016

Celebrate the countdown to Christmas with our annual festive walk!

We're set to kick off the countdown to Christmas with all the delights of our annual festive event and all the trimmings on 30th...

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Published: 02/11/2016

Garden Update October 2016

We started the month off with the yearly grape harvest on a glorious early autumn sunny morning. The grapes are all picked by...

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Published: 19/10/2016

Meet Painshill’s Head Gardener, Andy Mills

We recently caught up with Painshill's very own Head Gardener, Andy Mills, and were treated to an insight of his life as Head...

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Published: 04/10/2016

Painshill begins restoration of one of its most spectacular 18th century follies!

We're delighted to announce that restoration is now underway on The Temple of Bacchus. One of Painshill’s most treasured...

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Published: 03/10/2016

Garden Update August/September 2016

Wow where does the time go it only seems like the other day that I was typing up what we had been up to during July and now we...

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