Kilver Court Gardens by neiljforsyth

Kilver Court Gardens

Kilver Court Gardens in Shepton Mallet, Somerset, were established in the early 1900s by industrialist Ernest Jardine as a recreational space for workers at his lace mill. This part of the garden, by the lake (a former mill pond), is a reproduction of a 1960s Chelsea Flower Show medal winning garden designed by George Whitelegg.

At the back is the Charlton Viaduct, built in the 1870s to carry the Somerset and Dorset Joint Railway over the River Sheppey. It's no longer in use, but it makes a great backdrop to the garden.
Beautiful scenery, a lovely shot. Fav!! 😀
August 30th, 2020  
How splendid! Beautiful shot and view!
August 30th, 2020  
lovely capture
August 30th, 2020  
Beautifully sharp and detailed. Fav
August 30th, 2020  
Exceptionally peaceful and beautiful scene! Fav!
August 31st, 2020  
Glorious!
August 31st, 2020  
This bridge is truly a worthy background to the beautiful garden.
August 31st, 2020  
What a lush and lovely garden!
August 31st, 2020  
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