The crowning glory of The Bircham Centre is its garden - a true Victorian walled garden found via the green gate in Pudding Pie Alley.  Over the last hundred years the garden has serviced the house in many guises.  During the First World War it was used as an are to rehabilitate wounded soldiers.  Later, during the Second World War, the caretakers turned it all over to vegetables. 


Recently, it is a place of pleasure and relaxation, with beautifully maintained flower borders and a functioning allotment boasting a range of vegetables, fruit and herbs.

Spring Flowers in the Walled Garden

Below are photographs taken of the garden during lockdown in April, May and June of 2020.  

The Bircham Walled Garden Newsletter

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