5-acre hillside garden, with the highest tree top in Ken. noted for its fine collection of rare trees and flowering shrubs. The garden is particularly fine in spring, while a rose garden, rock garden and extensive planting of acers for autumn colour extend the interest throughout the season. National Trust. Interesting hillside garden with year-round features. Influenced by William Robinson, this delightful plantsman's garden was laid out in the late 19th century, with many exotic and rare trees and shrubs from across the world. There are glorious shows of spring flowers and shrubs, a rose garden and rock garden. Emmetts is equally attractive for its spectacular views at all times and its autumn colours.

Scords Wood

This area was devastated by the 1987 storm, but a few wind-damaged oaks have survived amongst the bracken and young birch trees.

Wooden seat provided by the Page family in memory of David Page, who farmed this land for many years

Pugden Pond, water was pumped by means of a ram pump


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