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Our garden

The garden at Shropshire Wildlife TrustThe garden at Shropshire Wildlife Trust's headquarters is a vibrant splash of green amid the bustle of Shrewsbury town centre.

Here you will find herb and flower beds, unusual fruit trees such as fig and quince, vegetables in season and a solar fountain bursting through an old millstone. There are always Trust staff in and around the place, who are happy to answer any questions.

The garden surrounds the Old Infirmary buildings, once part of Shrewsbury Abbey and which date back to the 13th century. These provide an atmospheric venue for conferences and other meetings.

During spring and summer locally grown wildflowers and herbaceous plants are for sale, while peat-free compost, locally-produced charcoal and other goods are also available throughout the year.

Click here to find out about the historic buildings and for information about the garden download this leaflet.

Shrewsbury Abbey, seen from the garden

Click here to find out about the historic buildings and for information about the garden download this leaflet.
 

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