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  • Scotland , Ayr

    Gadgirth Estate is situated within a crook of the River Ayr and includes woodland areas and a walled garden.

  • England , Whitbourne, Bromyard, Herefordshire

    Gaines is a house of the late 17th century with later alterations, standing in parkland overlooking a chain of fishponds to the south.

  • Northern Ireland , Ballymena

    This is a demesne for an early-17th-century house. There are mature trees in parkland to the rivers Main and Braid. Other features include a wide planted approach to the house, a tree ring, a formal garden in the bawn and a walled garden. Part of the site is now a golf course.

  • England , Milton Keynes

    An operational town cemetery of two parts, one dating from the early 20th century and the other from the 1980s.

  • Scotland , Garlieston

    The informal designed landscape at Galloway House was laid out in the mid-18th century and retains some grazed parkland and original walls. There is a woodland garden with a grid structure of paths leading down to the seashore. It features mature conifers, trees and shrubs from the southern hemisphere and a collection of early hybrid rhododendrons. The walls of the 18th-century walled garden survive as does the structure of the mid-19th-century formal terraces around the house.

  • England , St Neots

    The 18.5 hectare park contains the extensive earthwork remains of an early formal garden laid out in 1712 for Sir George Downing. The site was abandoned in 1776.

  • England , London

    The cemetery is laid out on a grid pattern and the original 20 acres were subsequently enlarged by a further 8 to the west. There are two ragstone chapels on either side of the main axial entrance route, but they are so small and so far apart that they seem isolated in a sea of gravestones; in between them a modern chapel has been built.

  • England , Thetford

    A kitchen garden is the only remnant of the gardens of Garboldisham Manor. The manor house, built between 1869 and 1872 and designed by George Gilbert Scott junior, was demolished in the 1950s.

  • England , Biddenham

    This is an Arts and Crafts Garden laid out in 1900 to the designs of Charles Edward Mallows. The garden is divided into sections which all have a different character. Along the west side of the garden, to the north of the spinney, there is a kitchen garden which has partly been laid to lawn.

  • Northern Ireland , Enniskillen

    Gardenhill is a late-17th-century demesne situated on an elevated site, with views. There is an 18th-century house with parkland trees, and a drive hewn through mountainside rock.

  • England , Cambridge

    Features of Garden House Hotel include a lawn, a swimming pool, a gravel path, a garden terrace and a rock garden.

  • England , Tavistock

    The Garden House is a plantsman's garden created since 1945 by Lionel Fortesque (and now owned by a trust of that name). The garden is set within the walls of part of a medieval monastery and now spreads to some 7 acres.

  • England , Stevenage

    The Garden House has an early-20th-century garden in the Japanese style, occupying about 2.5 hectares, created by Herbert Goode (1865-1937). The estate also includes a further ornamental garden and woodland of about 2 hectares.

  • Scotland , Fife

    This memorial garden commemorates those who gave their lives in World War 2 and in Iraq between 2003 and 2009. The garden features a wall holding dedicatory plaques. Images depicted include the St. Andrew's Cross on a shield and the eternal flame.

  • England , Spalding

    Spalding Garden of Peace has a formal layout with an obelisk at the centre. There are a number of flower beds with particular memorials in each.

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  • Northern Ireland , Antrim

    Adjacent to the city hall, the cenotaph consists of a colonnade with a centrally placed column with a stepped base. This is the site where wreaths are laid on Remembrance Day.

  • England , Croydon

    The memorial garden is situated at St John the Baptist Church. It has a lawned area, trees, flower beds and benches. A particular feature of the site is a tree presented by the East Surrey branch of the Dunkirk Veterans Association.

  • Scotland , Strathclyde

    This small garden of remembrance has a grey granite tablet upon which the names of the fallen are engraved.

  • England , Cleveland

    This garden commemorates the dead of both World Wars, as well as containing a memorial to the staff of ICI (Billingham) and to veterans of nuclear tests. The war memorial features as wall with three bronze plaques bearing the names of the dead.

  • England , Bristol

    The garden features a mural at the back with a stone inscribed 'Lest We Forget' in the front. The garden itself is mainly laid to flagstones and gravel. It is part of the Bishopsworth branch of the Royal British Legion.