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Walmer Castle & Gdns
Historic home and glorious Kent coastal gardens built in the reign of King Henry VIII. English Heritage site. Tweets by Kate, Matt and Rachel.
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Help find a lost dog in !
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Community beach clean at the castle this Bank Holiday Monday!
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Walmer Castle & Gdns May 20
and senior properties historian Paul Pattison on Episode 4 of the podcast, discussing the history of our gardens and what you can see on your visit as our project nears completion!
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Walmer Castle & Gdns May 17
Mercury seems to be enjoying his sponge down! We've been doing some spring cleaning in preparation for the official launch of the project underway at Walmer. Check out our page for news and updates ➡️
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Walmer Castle & Gdns May 7
A tricky exposure; mid afternoon sun above the Broadwalk at Walmer.
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Walmer Castle & Gdns May 7
Replying to @RoryMuir3
You're welcome Rory; sorry again for the confusion!
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Walmer Castle & Gdns May 7
Replying to @J9panda
Hi there; the Glen is very nearly finished, but not quite ready to open yet. We're looking forward to opening the Glen very soon, and you can keep up with progress here ➡️
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Walmer Castle & Gdns May 5
Thanks to all who visited during ! Hoping you've ended the week inspired to grow all sorts of wonderful things for your plots and plates!
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Walmer Castle & Gdns May 5
Join us at Walmer for , and find out about our project to rediscover Walmer's lost pleasure grounds. Enjoy our new interpretation in the gardens, or take a seat at our brand new glasshouse cafe. Project progress and updates here ➡️
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Walmer Castle & Gdns May 4
More splendid artwork shared on the wall at nearby Castle. If you're feeling artistic why not give it a try this Bank Holiday? ➡️
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Walmer Castle & Gdns May 4
Have you enjoyed this year's display of historic ? They're one of the highlights of the year for the team at Walmer. Find out what other seasonal highlights you can look forward to at Walmer this year! ➡️
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Walmer Castle & Gdns May 4
Replying to @RoryMuir3
Apologies Rory, our phrasing isn't quite clear there. Granville was preceeded by Viscount Palmerston, however in our above tweet we were referring to him in the context of the impact he had on Walmer's gardens, hence referring to him as Pitt's successor.
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Walmer Castle & Gdns May 4
seems the perfect time to show off our magnificent Bird of Paradise, Strelitzia reginae, currently dazzling all who stop by the Glasshouse. ❤️ Enjoy Walmer this weekend ➡️
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Walmer Castle & Gdns May 3
By 1865, Lord Granville had succeeded William Pitt as Lord Warden here at Walmer, and during his tenure certainly left his mark on the gardens, with the creation of our stunning Broadwalk. Find out more this ➡️
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Walmer Castle & Gdns May 3
Our Glasshouse is home to a permanent display of ornamental plants and succulents, but is also a great place to grow tomatoes, peppers and cucumbers. What's your favourite greenhouse plant this season?
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Walmer Castle & Gdns May 3
Replying to @TinaP_J @burgessarts
It was fab to welcome back to the Castle for another brilliant session. Really glad to hear you enjoyed it Tina! :)
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Walmer Castle & Gdns May 3
Part of our project to rediscover Walmer's lost pleasure grounds, the recently opened Glasshouse Cafe offers a whole new way to enjoy the Kitchen Garden and the produce we grow. ➡️
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Walmer Castle & Gdns May 2
The Queen Mother's Garden was gifted to Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother at Walmer Castle for her 95th birthday. She remarked "I have been given many flowers before, but never a garden." Explore the garden during ➡️
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Walmer Castle & Gdns May 2
Get inspired for ; In our Kitchen Garden, new interpretation tells the story of Walmer's Gardens, and explains the work of our gardeners and the produce we grow. Find out more ➡️
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Walmer Castle & Gdns May 1
; a special year for the Duke, but also for Napoleon, born in the same year. This makes 2019 a joint 250th for the two famous adversaries! , here's Waterloo, the battle that sealed Wellington's reputation, and Napoleon's fate.
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