We moved to Weirford House in 2001 and at that time there was no garden, just a blank field and a very overgrown fishpond. We have created the garden you see now, including the two wildlife ponds, the stream flowing down the garden, the rose arbour and the courtyard garden. We have gradually improved the drainage in the meadow and are encouraging wild flowers to return by sowing yellow rattle to help stunt the grass. This has encouraged hundreds of Marsh Orchids to establish themselves naturally on the field. You are welcome to explore the garden and meadow. We have identified over fifty varieties of birds and have Moorhens breeding on the ponds. If you are very lucky you may see the Kingfisher perched above the pond.
Views of our very secluded and tranquil garden, meadow and fields beyond.