A team of volunteers welcomed over 300 visitors to the Manor House Gardens on Sunday 23 June for a charity open afternoon in aid of the National Gardens Scheme
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
Our latest barn conversion project in a delightful rural location near Milton Keynes. We are creating four new dwellings (2 x 2 bedroom, 2 x 3 bedroom) to a contemporary design and with a high specification. Completion will be in the late Spring – properties will appear on Rightmove when available .
On 2nd October we were delighted to provide base location facilities for “A Very English Scandal”
The owners of the Lyde Garden (a registered charity) have decided to carry out works to enhance and protect it for the benefit of the many villagers and others that come to enjoy its peace, tranquillity and beauty.
There are two issues that need to be addressed.
The tree canopy resulting from the original planting of the garden in the 1980s has closed over and the lack of sunlight has become detrimental to the plants growing around the ponds and up the banks. This canopy now needs to be reduced and a new planting scheme implemented.
Regrettably the garden has also become a regular location for anti-social activity (including the use of alcohol and drugs) after dark, and there have been recent instances of vandalism, litter and disturbance to neighbours. We are seeking support from Wycombe District Council for the addition of railings to supplement the existing roadside wall, along with an attractive and lockable wrought iron gate so that the garden opening times are clear and nocturnal visitors can be excluded.
The owners recognise that the Lyde Garden is a much-loved village amenity and remain dedicated to maintaining and improving it for those who appreciate and respect it.
Unfortunately it will be necessary to temporarily close the garden for a number of months over winter in order to carry out these works