Last updated: Sat 21 Jan 2017

Wildlife garden open to the public

If you would like to see a beautiful wildlife pond then come to the Miller’s House on Saturday 27 May from noon.

Nunney Open Gardens Day 2013

An early 20th century photo of the mill pond at the Miller’s House.

This atmospheric mill pond provided a way of life in years gone by and now it is a stunning place full of dragon flies and wild flowers.

It is such a tranquil garden to visit. The Miller’s House is set in a small valley near the fabulous, not to be missed, Nunney Castle.

Wander along the wild paddock at the bottom of the garden next to the river from the leat to Nunney Brook. You will find a perfect paddling spot!

On the banks of the river you will see Caroline Toll’s “Butterfly bank”, an amazing ridge covered in wildflowers and grasses.

Afternoon tea will be served on the lawn overlooking the mill pond, enclosed by the beautiful rose clad garden walls.

This event forms part of our Somerset’s Wildlife Gardens initiative, for more information on other Somerset’s Wildlife Garden events click here.

If you can’t make this date, you have another chance on Nunney Open Gardens Day.

Where
The Miller’s House, Nunney, Nr Frome, Somerset BA11 4NP

Contact/Booking Information
For more information about this event please contact 01823 652400 or email events@somersetwildlife.org.

Cost
£4.00 per adult, free for children

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