Our beautiful two acre Peace Garden, home to many lovely plants and an array of wildlife, has won awards from Brighton in Bloom and the Royal Horticultural Society.
It is open for the public to enjoy most days from 9am till dusk. The garden has many different areas: the patio, the main lawn with picnic tables, the central fountain, the maritime garden, the pond and the meadow as well as several secluded areas – the circle of plum trees, the rose pergola and the silver birch area overlooking the meadow. So whether you want to enjoy the company of friends and family or sit quietly on your own, there’s a place for you in our garden.
The planting has been planned to provide food and shelter for wildlife and to use as little water as possible. It is managed by volunteers – if you prefer working in a garden to just sitting in it, please contact us! (Email firstname.lastname@example.org)