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Commemorative tree planted at Wakehurst Place

Photo of bluebell wood at Wakehurst
Thu, 2014-05-08 13:10

Planted in Coates Wood, the field maple is a native British species that grows well at Wakehurst Place. It is one of 50 native tree species prioritised for conservation by the UK National Tree Seed Project, which recently secured a second year of funding from players of People’s Postcode Lottery. The tree was planted by Clare Trivedi and Simon Kallow from the UK National Tree Seed Project team, who were joined by the chairman of the Arboricultural Association, Jago Keen.

Wakehurst car parking — your questions answered

Wakehurst Mansion and pond with spring border
Fri, 2014-03-14 17:16

Please note that parking is free for all day paying visitors to Wakehurst, for Friends of Wakehurst and for Friends of Kew.

We very much appreciate the support shown by visitors and National Trust members who have continued to visit Wakehurst during this period of change.

Car parking charges at Wakehurst

Photo of the Mansion House at Wakehurst Place
Tue, 2014-02-18 08:45

Joint statement between National Trust and Kew

In a joint statement Sir Simon Jenkins, Chairman, National Trust, and Marcus Agius, Chairman, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, said:

'The National Trust and the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew have been working together to find a sustainable future for Kew at Wakehurst.

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