Everything in Elgar garden is lovely
2nd September 2010
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VISITORS to the Elgar Birthplace Museum at Lower Broadheath can now find out more about Elgar’s garden from gardener, Becky Sinclair, thanks to a new notice board advertising the days that she is working.


The notice board completes this year’s development of the birthplace cottage garden which is now an important part of any visit to the attraction.


Earlier developments included further seasonal planting to ensure that there is always colour and interest in the garden, as well as new “Chatterboxes” that allow visitors to hear Jemma Pearson talk about her bronze sculpture of Elgar and the gardener talking about her planting and plans for the garden.


The Elgar Birthplace Museum and Visitor Centre is open every day from 11am to 5pm (last admission 4.15pm) until December 23, 2010.


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