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Wednesday, 8 June 2011

Views around the Grounds and Walled Garden - 08/06/11

Another Wednesday has come round and I have spent another day at Wallington volunteering in the grounds of this historic National Trust property. The day started off in sunshine and kept dry until lunch. This afternoon was very wet with some heavy showers that had all visitors hurrying for cover in and around the house.

I spent the day edging the grass on West Lawn and finished off by doing the same in front of the house entrance.

All of the following photographs were taken this morning when I first arrived, and on my walk through the grounds to the Walled Garden.

Clock Tower and Entrance to Wallington.

Clock Tower and Courtyard

Roses on South wall of House

House from East Lawn

Gargoyles on East Lawn

Rhododendrons on Four Beeches Walk

Garden Pond looking through to Portico Walk

Walled Garden entrance

Colour in the Grounds

Garden Pond

Colour in the Hot Border

Edwardian Conservatory and Hot Border

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