Arley has appointed a catering and events management team with a national reputation for quality. Arley Hall & Gardens, near Northwich, will be working with award-winning Heritage Portfolio to provide quality events within the Hall itself and the recently renovated Olympia conference suite.
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ARTISTS and craftsmen have created a magical woodland sculpture trail at one of the area’s most beautiful locations. Set against the backdrop of rhododendrons and azaleas in The Grove at Arley Hall is a trail of sculptures inspired by the environment in which they now sit.
The Arley Newsletter is below with an article from Lord Ashbrook, details of events at Arley as well as a new feature on the Arley staff! Arley Newsletter January 2016
Deputy Head gardener, Dave Groom, looks after the borders at Arley, in January there is still plenty to do.
IT is sometimes hard to believe these two scenes are separated by little more than a matter of months. However, every year – as if by magic – our gardens burst back into life after a winter slumber that can start to drag at this time of the year. Be thankful, though, that the days… Read more »
Arley was recommended by Holiday Lettings as a garden to visit in the North West.
OUR nursery gives you the opportunity to take home a piece of Arley. We grow 90% of the plants on the premises and many are taken directly from our award-winning gardens or propagated from plants that you will see on your visit.
Close To The Enemy BBC2 6 Part Drama Series Filmed at Arley. Filming is taking place at Arley for the new Stephen Poliakoff drama.
The Herbaceous Border at Arley Hall Executive Vice President of the RHS Jim Gardiner is leading the search for the RHS’ new fifth Garden. Previously Director of Horticulture and Curator of the RHS’ flagship garden, RHS Garden Wisley, and recently winner of the International Garden Tourism Award, Jim has worked in horticulture for nearly 50… Read more »
You may well have heard about this year’s health fad – birch sap, a drink that is extracted from silver birch trees. It is set to replace coconut water as the health drink to be seen with in 2015 and reports suggest it can combat everything from high cholesterol to flu, kidney stones, headaches, eczema… Read more »