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  • The Project Galloway House Gardens
    gardens is actioned at a rate that we can realistically achieve and that funds will allow The attached pages detailing the management plan and required actions primarily for the walled gardens were produced to provide an expert formal plan to detail the various tasks and projects and how they should be implemented and to ensure that any restoration is carried out correctly so that the historic integrity of the property

    Original URL path: http://www.gallowayhousegardens.co.uk/index.php?page=the-project (2016-02-10)
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  • Video Galloway House Gardens
    as featured on the BBC television programme Dales Diary with Luke Casey Navigation Home Visitor Information Season Tickets Holiday Cottages Firewood History Landscape Summary The Project Video Gallery Contact Links Galloway House Gardens Garlieston Newton Stewart Wigtownshire DG8 8HF T

    Original URL path: http://www.gallowayhousegardens.co.uk/index.php?page=video (2016-02-10)
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  • Gallery Galloway House Gardens
    of Roy Walter depicting the Mulberry Harbour structures shown on the links and about us pages all other photographs on this web site are the property of The Galloway House Gardens Trust David Marshall and Shaun Roper Caldbeck and should not be reprinted or used without prior permission Walled Garden The Bay Gardens Navigation Home Visitor Information Season Tickets Holiday Cottages Firewood History Landscape Summary The Project Video Gallery Contact

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  • Contact Galloway House Gardens
    for individuals and 50 00 for families by donating on line the Trust can benefit from Gift Aid However if you are not on line please call or write to us For further information and enquiries Shaun Roper Caldbeck Roy Walter Galloway House Gardens Garlieston Newton Stewart Wigtownshire Scotland DG8 8HF Tel 01988 600 680 Fax 01536 772061 E W www gallowayhousegardens co uk Navigation Home Visitor Information Season Tickets

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  • Links Galloway House Gardens
    Who Made it Happen by local authors Elizabeth Palmer Jane Evans and Roy Walter photo courtesy of R Walter Useful links to The Machars www garlieston net www isleofwhithorn com www whithorn info www portwilliam com www wigtown booktown co uk www newtonstewart org Places To Stay Camping Caravaning www drumroamin co uk www castlecary caravans com Holiday Cottages www escapetogalloway co uk Navigation Home Visitor Information Season Tickets Holiday

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  • Assessment of significance Galloway House Gardens
    mid 18 th century and its long connection with the Earls of Galloway gives it high historical value Horticultural High The collection of trees and shrubs particularly early hybrid rhododendron gives Galloway House high horticultural value Scenic High The woodland canopy contributes to the surrounding countryside which is mainly rolling grassland and gives Galloway House high scenic value Nature conservation Some The woodland flora especially under the 18 th century trees in the woodland garden gives this site some nature conservation value A study conducted in conjunction with Solway Heritage concluded the following The structure is an essential feature of the landscape and should be the foremost consideration for conservation The structure includes the woodlands parks and policies and the features relating to them i e paths views tree canopy boundary walls etc Within this structure the extensive plant collection established earlier this century is of high value but much of this has been lost or may be reaching maturity Careful consideration should be given to conserving it in the light of maintenance constraints The walled garden is of considerable importance owing not only to its place in the overall 18 th century design but also to the presence of

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  • Development of the designed landscape Galloway House Gardens
    house relaxed the old formal tradition without abandoning the rules and is still evident in the structure of the woodland garden today Lord John Garlies later 7th Earl of Galloway was greatly influenced by the works of Capability Brown The political ambitions of the 7th Earl ensured that the policy was developed in the English Landscape park style however it also led to financial difficulties George 8th Earl of Galloway inherited the title and debt in 1806 but continued to develop the policy including many of the existing walls and sunk fences or hahas Randolph 9th Earl of Galloway initially resisted expenditure but by the early 1840 s embarked on considerable improvements including lodges viewing tower drives and planting typical of the picturesque style of the time Alan 10th Earl of Galloway and later his brother Randolph 11th Earl of Galloway appeared to make few changes to the layout of the policies however it was at this time that the garden achieved a reputation for fruit culture Sold to Hon Malcolm McEachran and inherited by Capt Neil McEachran the garden was developed to hold a collection of tender trees and shrubs mainly from the Southern Hemisphere From 1930 to the

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  • Walled Garden Galloway House Gardens
    brick which remains exposed on the interior walls An outer skin of whinstone rubble construction was added at a later point extending the garden to provide additional utility areas to the south west and south east as shown on the 1st edition OS plan of 1848 The stone outer walls are now in poor repair with ivy covering much of their area The south east wall of the triangle has been damaged by a fallen tree The maturity of the many trees within this area puts the walls further at risk Description of Proposed Work To restore the stability of the boundary walls To restore the glasshouses To interpret the gardens within an interpretation zone established within the walled garden Establish visitor route through walled garden from woodland garden to interpretation point Repair and or erect protection to prevent public access so that insurance restrictions can be lifted and the walled garden re opened to the public Undertake survey of mature trees adjacent to walls of walled garden to identify which should be removed to prevent walls being damaged by tree growth or fallen branches Remove ivy to expose surface of stone outer walls As south east wall of triangle

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