Edinburgh, NGS, Peter Aldington, Richard Murphy, Royal Scottish Academy's Annual Exhibition, Turn End
I admire certain buildings and have a strong interest in architecture as well as just plants and gardens. When an interesting building also has a beautiful garden, what could be better? Turn End in Haddenham, Buckinghamshire falls into this category for me.
For any readers north of the border or for anyone planning a trip up to Edinburgh I suggest this may be worth a look. For everyone else I suggest a visit to Haddenham, check the Turn End website for opening details; the garden is open on Monday 2 May 2pm to 5.30pm under the National Garden Scheme.
Turn End Trust’s patron, architect Richard Murphy, has invited Peter Aldington to exhibit alongside him at the Royal Scottish Academy’s Annual Exhibition in Edinburgh. The RSA Annual Exhibition showcases work from RSA Academicians the length and breadth of Scotland. Now in its 190th year, exhibits contemporary painting, sculpture, film, printmaking, photography, installation and architecture. The convenor […]
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Sounds a wonderful place – I have checked on the map and it would be a good stop-off on the way down to Elder Daughter’s. Are you in the vicinity too?
Yes about 20 miles
I plan to go.
So you are on our way to Surrey too…? 😉
Ha no I am not visiting your daughter I will be going to turn end. See you there?.
No silly – I meant for us to call and see you sometime… 😉
Even better. Do
Bucks rather than Edinburgh
Oh wow, just wonder why our friends who live in Buckinghamshire never mentioned this place. Just looked at the website – sounds great and I’ll put it on my list for next time. Thanks 🙂 Does this mean you live in Buckinghamshire or in Scotland?
As the garden is open relatively infrequently your friends may have not got there yet. Yes I am in Bucks. I intend to visit the garden when open in National Garden Sceme