GARDENS

This is Chris.

He has been working with us here at Clayhill since July 2017. With 8 acres of site to manage, there's quite a lot to learn for this first time gardener! This blog is a record of his time working here.

Follow what he gets up to over on Instagram and check in here for the latest plans and projects that are happening around the site.

If you would like to get in touch, have some tips, or want to lend a hand at any point you can contact him: chris@clayhillarts.co.uk

 

 

After spending most of my working life in air conditioned offices I decided on a career change. I was put in contact with Clayhill Arts and the rest they say is history...

LATEST GARDEN ARTICLES

Focusing on the Wildlife : Part 1

This month’s post will be focusing on wildlife. The days…

Spring is in full swing! But it has been a very dry start . . . 

Now that we are in May, Spring has well and…

Better late than never!

I didn’t post a blog in March so this month…

Walled Garden Diaries – First Installment

Within the grounds of Clayhill Arts is an historic walled…

Winter in the Workshop Garden

One of the main objectives at Clayhill is to create…

What a strange year!

2020 has been a year like no other. A couple…

It’s been quite a journey

Chris Drew, Gardener and Groundskeeper Just over 3 years ago…

New beginnings: A year at Clayhill Arts

So, a new beginning, a new career and even a…

National Gardens Scheme: Open Day at Clayhill Arts for Charity

CLAYHILL ARTS OPEN DAY FOR THE NATIONAL GARDEN SCHEME

Clayhill Arts will be taking part in this year’s National Gardens Scheme, by opening its gardens to raise money for the following charity.

Come and explore our beautiful landscape, nestled in the heart of the Somerset Countryside. With 8 acres of gardens to explore, Clayhill is the perfect place to escape and rejuvenate. The surrounding landscape creates a sense of freedom, giving you the time and space needed for you to focus on your creative practice.

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