A wild garden
Fyne Court was once a formal garden based on the Arcadian design. Over time the garden became wilder, as family money disappeared.
Since taking back the management of Fyne Court in 2009, we have been striving to get a balance between restoring some original features without losing the wildlife that have made this special place their home.
During the spring, listen for the drumming of the great spotted woodpecker and the coarse ‘cawing’ of rooks in the rookery. By April and May, Fyne Court echoes with a beautiful chorus of birdsong.
You can also spot more common birds, including blue tits and robins. Keep your eyes peeled for a chiffchaff, moorhens by the pond and the tiny wren.