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Our success started in 2014 when we were awarded Gold for the Potters Garden

Inspired by the World War I centenary and the restoration of Farnham pottery in Wrecclesham, the design encapsulates the true story of a garden abandoned by its potters when they enlisted to fight in the WWI. The garden remembers a lost agrarian society and celebrates the lives and skills of those who lived and worked in the abandon potters garden prior to the war.

The garden features sculptures pottered at Farnham pottery, and a water feature all structured amongst a habitat wall, native hedging and wild meadow. The planting and flowers used are all native to the UK and would have been seen in post war gardens across the country.

2015 Gold award winner for the Trugmakers garden

A Trugmakers Garden celebrates the traditional skills of the Sussex Trugmakers who make the iconic willow and sweet chestnut garden trugs that are still used in the region today.

2017 Silver Gilt winner – Hagakure

The Hagakure garden was designed to create a sacred and peaceful space away from the noise and stress of daily life where friends and family can spend time together.

2018 Silver medal winner – The Warner Edwards Garden

The Warner Edwards garden was inspired by the terraced gardens of the Warner Edwards Gin Distillery – the bee friendly garden is rich in plants used to flavour artisan gins, inspired by botanical gardens and hedgerows.

2019 People’s choice winner and medal – Donkeys Matter garden

This beautiful garden acted as a focal point to celebrate the charities 50th anniversary and to showcase its international work. The garden uses water as its central theme, demonstrating how owning a donkey means access to clean and fresh water for some of the poorest and most vulnerable communities in the world.

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