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Eastcote House Gardens Restoration Project

The London Borough of Hillingdon received £1.28million from the Heritage Lottery Fund and Big Lottery Fund for an exciting project to enhance Eastcote House Gardens in Eastcote.

The project aimed to educate and enhance people's knowledge of the Gardens, through archaeology, interpretation, exhibitions and a programme of activities. School children will also benefit from the outdoor classroom, natural playground, dipping platform and ecology walk.

Works took place from September 2014 and was completed in spring 2015. 

Before and after photos of Eastcote House Gardens Project [53Mb]

To support the Heritage Lottery Fund bid, the council commissioned a  Conservation Management Plan in 2010 [50Mb].

 

The following images show progress of the site that was opened 12 May 2015 by the Mayor of Hillingdon, after restoration works 

 

Created with flickr embed.

 

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