Queen Elizabeth II Silver Jubilee Gardens

The gardens are a small area of 8601 square metres located towards the centre of Bewdley. The main entrance is off the High Street with other entrances from the Museum and Lax Lane. Set within the conservation area the beautiful ornamental gardens are enclosed by old listed walls and amongst it's attractions are ornamental fish ponds, a Green theatre and community orchard, all presented within a formal garden setting and presented to a high standard of horticulture and arboriculture. The garden is located on the site of an old church and is a hidden jewel within Bewdley that delights all visitors who discover it as they wander round the historic town lanes

Park Facilities

Café/Restuarant
Education Centre
Events
Picnic Area
Pond
Public Sculpture
Shop
Toilets
Visitor Centre
Walled Garden
Wildflower Area
Museum
Green Flag
Award Winner
Managing Organisation
Wyre Forest District Council
Contact
Alan Breen
Telephone
01562 732993