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May 19, 2015

Runnymede Surrey Magna Carta 800th Anniversary Garden takes Bronze at RHS Chelsea Flower Show

Tuesday 19th May.

A garden at the Royal Horticultural Society’s Chelsea Flower Show commemorating Magna Carta’s 800th anniversary has been awarded Bronze.

The small artisan garden, was sponsored by Surrey County Council and Runnymede Hotel.

The layout of the garden evokes and is representative of both the medieval period, and the legacy of the Rule of Law.

Other features of the garden include ‘A wattle arbour over a turf bench provides support for climbing plants. Wattle obelisks, raised beds and a fountain – other typical garden features – add to the setting with heraldic pennants and other artefacts. The garden’s symmetry also symbolises the new law and order of the time.’

Click here to view images of the garden and others at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show.

After Chelsea Flower Show closes, the garden will become a feature in the grounds of the Runnymede Hotel.



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