Castlewellan Annesley Gardens and Arboretum
Since Autumn 2013, Out There have been delivering maintenance of the walled garden and surrounding grounds. Today the gardens are fully open to the public and have once again become a popular tourist attraction.
Out There first became involved with the gardens during Summer 2013. At that time the walled garden had been completely closed to the public. Inside the walls all areas of the garden had been overrun by bramble, nettles and bracken. The grass hadn’t been cut for a number of years, the path network was virtually inaccessible and had become unsafe, full of ruts and potholes. Many of the trees and specimen shrubs had been damaged by storms or neglect.
Out There were engaged to try and bring the gardens to a standard so they could be re-opened to the public. We did this through the provision of skilled horticulturists, maintenance teams and tree surgeons.
Since Autumn 2013 Out There have been delivering maintenance of the walled garden and surrounding grounds. In order to maximise the benefit of the limited funding we have appointed a full time horticulturists to work on site full time.
Continuing on from our initial works in 2013 Out There have taken complete responsibility for all aspects of grounds maintenance within the walled gardens and the surrounding spaces.
Today the gardens are fully open to the public and have once again become a popular tourist attraction.
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