The Manor House Garden has been selected as the Judges’ Choice for the Historic Houses Association Garden of The Year Award 2023
A team of volunteers from our staff welcomed over 300 visitors to the Manor House Gardens on Sunday 11 June for a charity open afternoon in aid of the National Gardens Scheme
The Coronation is coming to Bledlow early. On 14th April you are invited to visit the Manor House Gardens and see a new exhibition about the Carrington family’s role in coronations past, present and future!
The exhibition will display some of the family’s key items from the coronations of Queen Victoria, King Edward VII, King George V, King George VI, Queen Elizabeth II and the impending coronation of King Charles III.
Open 2pm – 5pm
Admission to Gardens and Exhibition £7
We were delighted to welcome several members of the CoExistence Herd to the Sculpture Garden which spent the Winter and early Spring with us. They have now left us for an exhibition in the Royal Parks during the summer of 2021, but one of their number will return in the Autumn. – follow this website for further details.
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A Service of Thanksgiving for the life of Lord Carrington was held at Westminister Abbey on 31st January
A Service of Thanksgiving for the life and work of the Rt Hon the Lord Carrington KG, GCMG, CH, MC will be held in Westminster Abbey at Noon on Thursday 31st January 2019.
All tickets have now been dispatched
We are delighted to offer to let 4 new homes in a rural location within easy commuting distance of Milton Keynes and Leighton Buzzard
We are delighted that our Farms Manager, Chris Singer, has been shortlisted for the prestigeous FW 2018 Farm Manager of the Year Award.
The Manor House Gardens were open to the public on Sunday 20th May in aid of the National Gardens Scheme, which every year supports a selection of deserving charities. On this warm spring afternoon, we welcomed over 450 visitors (most of whom stayed for tea and cake!) and the event raised over £2600 for the charities.
The Lyde Garden has reopened, following major repairs and refurbishments
This private garden will be open daily from 9am – 5pm at the owners’ discretion.
Please note that the gate will be locked at 5pm daily