tue26nov6:30 pmtue7:30 pmOnline Lecture: Nelson CourtOnline lecture by Edward Holland6:30 pm - 7:30 pm Book Now

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£5 members/£7 non-members

The Nelson Garden was created in the late 18th century as a town garden in the centre of Monmouth, a place that went on to create a prosperous Georgian character in the first part of the 19th century. The walled garden acquired its name sometime after the visit by Nelson in 1802 and, today, the seat in which Nelson sat is preserved within a neo-classical pavilion. The garden also retains a rare surviving example of an 18th century hot wall.
This talk will look at the significance of the garden, the associations with Nelson and the ambitious restoration project completed by the Nelson Garden Preservation Trust.

The talk starts at 6.30pm, doors open from 6.15pm.

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(Tuesday) 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm

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