400 Years Old Easton Walled Gardens Has Announced Its Addition Of New Book & Stationery Store Coming May 

The idea has been the birth child of its owner Ursula Cholmeley’s passion for gardens and books. 

If you are from the United Kingdom, you might have heard of Easton Walled Gardens, located in Lincolnshire, which is known for its aesthetically pleasing garden and peaceful atmosphere. The garden is celebrated for its long and rich history, dating back to 1561. Since then, the Cholmeley Family has been tending to it generation after generation, and restoring the timeless charm of the place. 

What is new today is that this respected garden has announced its opening to add a new book and stationery store to its existing shop that sells plants, gardening tools, and homewares. The idea has been the birth child of its owner Ursula Cholmeley’s passion for gardens and books. 

She expressed to Lincolnshireworld.com, “I am thrilled to introduce this new addition to Easton Walled Gardens. Our aim is to provide a unique shopping experience that celebrates the beauty of a really good book and beautiful ways of expressing yourself.”   

She hopes it is going to be a haven for book lovers who can immerse in the enchanting tranquil vibe of the garden along with their favourite books. 

What Is Up In The Easton Walled Gardens?

The idea behind integrating the bookstore with stationery stores is to offer the visitors a wide range of offerings – from captivating reads to the finest writing tools. 

So from the book’s standpoint, Cholmeley will feature the best and timeless collection of lifestyle and gardening books from contemporary sellers. Beyond these categories, the visitor can look for some cooking books. Additionally, Cholmeley has also got the children covered, as she has stocked up a wide collection of books from children’s authors. 

In the stationery shop, visitors can find a range of items – from notebooks to pens – for all age groups and their interests. Gift cards will also be available. In particular, the shop will feature Caran D’Ache pens and Studio Ghibli cards. 

Across the courtyard, a coffee shop is there for the visitors to sit and enjoy coffee and have some bites in a relaxing atmosphere. 

Hence, if you are looking for the best reads or unique gifts to present your dears or garden kits to elevate your space, Easton Walled Garden will have all your needs covered and fill you with delights. 

Garden Tour: 

Besides this, Ursula and her head gardener Tim Metcalfe Kemp will organise a garden tour throughout May. Visitors can join them and enjoy the stunning view of Easton Walled Gardens. The tours are set to take place on five selected days: May 2nd, 10th, 16th, 24th, and 30th, all starting at 2:00 in the noon.

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Thing To Remember:

Easton Walled Gardens welcomes visitors from Wednesdays to Sundays, as well as Bank Holiday Mondays, from 11 am to 4 pm. No booking is needed, but normal admission is.

As for admission: for children (below 4 years) – Free, children (4-16 years) – £5, Adults £10. Easton Walled Gardens offers ample parking with expansive grounds and convenient disabled access to the upper portion of the gardens. Please note that only assistance dogs are allowed on the premises.

For more information, email at info@eastonwalledgardens.co.uk or call +4401476530063. Also visit https://www.visiteaston.co.uk/ for more updates. 

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