Cholmondeley represented at European conference
Cholmondeley Castle will be represented at the final Hybrid Parks conference in Cologne next week. The 3 year project initiated by the European Garden Heritage Network has been studying the social, economic and health benefits of parks and gardens. The final conference will review the project and will be attended by delegates from across Europe, as well as representatives from Cheshire, including Cholmondeley's Head Gardener Barry Grain. As well as reviewing the Hybrid Parks project we will also be discussing some new and exciting initiatives with our European colleagues, with training and education high on the agenda.