Follow the redevelopment of this stunning garden, which was originally built in the 17th century. Following this tradition, produce grown in the redeveloped garden will be used in our restaurants. The development of the Walled Garden will result in a beautiful, peaceful space where visitors can wander among the colourful flowers and plants. Rainton Construction carried out the enabling works on our Walled Garden. Check out this film to find out more about the project. We have a team of four dedicated Horticulture Apprentices who are busy improving the appearance of the Castle grounds ahead of its reopening, planting flowers and hedges and growing vegetables for the Catering Team to use when preparing their delicious dishes. The new orchard has been planted at the western end of the garden and will produce eating and cooking apples with a range of different provenances, colours and shapes. Revival of Historic Garden Moves Forward. View on Google maps. Once the private home of the Prince Bishops of Durham, the castle was built as a symbol of power and authority.
Therefore, the groups, clubs and societies listed within the Shropshire Community Directory may still be unable to meet, and there may also be a reduced service available from other local and national organisations. For more information, please contact the individual groups or organisations listed. Stay alert and stay safe. The Walled Garden Project in Shifnal offers horticulture, gardening skills, rural crafts and basic skills to students with mild and moderate learning difficulties and special educational needs, emotional and behavioural difficulties. For more information, please follow the link to visit their website, or contact using the details provided. Skip to content Text only Contrast Resize text a a a Help and accessibility. Shropshire Council. Sign In. Home Contact us Subscribe for updates Top Tasks. Top tasks Find a bus timetable Find your bin day Find your councillor.
T E enquiries bradford-estates. Set up in , we offer alternative education to adults and young people with learning difficulties. The Project achieved charitable status in March and soon after this was able to secure tenure on the new site at Coppice Green Lane, Cramp Pool, Shifnal, Shropshire. The six acre site now features a kitchen walled garden with fruit, vegetable, herb and community areas. By kind permission of Bradford Estates, The Walled Garden Project can also offer beneficiaries, staff and volunteers the opportunity to take part in conservation projects in the surrounding woodland.