Springtime is here so say “goodbye” to winter doldrums and come down to the Forgotten woodland garden of Lewtrenchard and see our bluebells in flower. On Saturday 11 May (from
During the Summer we managed to find one of the most overcast days for our Car Run and barbecue. An excellent route around our locality ending at the Forgotten Garden.
Car Run and barbecue In aid of reroofing the old lime kiln On local roads starting and finishing at the Forgotten Garden Lewtrenchard by the church at EX20 4PN Sunday
We are planning another Bluebell Open Day and all are welcome to attend. Guided walks around the beautiful bluebell woods plus Cream Teas (choice of Devonian or Cornish style –
A Jumble Sale in aid of the Friends of the Forgotten Garden of Lewtrenchard is planned for 2pm on Saturday 21st October 2017 at Lewdown Victory Hall.
This year’s Summer barbecue is planned for 3.30pm on Saturday 19th August. Use the opportunity to see the granite arch of the old lime kiln/ice house, which has recently been
The annual Bluebell event went very well with a large number of people attending the Forgotten Garden and partaking in the teas and spectacular Spring scenes. The Gazebo dedicated to
All are welcome to attend our open day when bluebell should be in flower. Teas are available 2.30 – 4.30pm. Children’s Gnome hunt. Opening of the Gazebo dedicated to Caroline
Forgotten for almost 100yearsThe Somme 100 Vigil & the planting of a hornbeam tree at the Forgotten Woodland Gardens of Lewtrenchard. 12.00pm on 1st July 2016 Forgotten for almost 100years
I would like to thank everyone who worked so hard to make the Bluebell Day a success, especially Caroline, Monica, Ann and June who worked tirelessly preparing and serving cream