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May to September is the best time to enjoy the rose garden © Morden Hall Park/National Trust

May to September is the best time to enjoy the rose garden

We need your help

Morden Hall Park is free for all. We rely on donations from local people to look after our special place for ever for everyone.

There are lots of ways to give. You can buy a raffle ticket when you visit or make a donation for a particular project such as the restoration of the rose garden or in memory of a loved one.

In loving memory

Every tree in Morden Hall Park is important

Mark a special occasion or remember a loved one with a donation. You can choose to plant a specially selected tree in the park or commission us to build a solid oak bench. The price includes all labour costs, a ceremony and use of a room in the Snuff Mill on the day of the ceremony.

  • Plant a tree £400
  • Bench with inscription £2000

Contact us to find out more

Bring in your books

Our second-hand bookshop relies on donations to fill the shelves. If you're having a clear out, why not bring your unwanted books along so that they can find a new home?

Every penny we make goes straight back into caring for Morden Hall Park, and all donations are gratefully received by our bookshop volunteers who you will find in our stable yard.

Raffle tickets

We take part in the property raffle every year. These raffles not only give you the chance of winning some amazing cash prizes, but also let you support the special places you love. For every £1 ticket sold Morden Hall Park receives £2 towards specific projects.

Tickets can be bought from March until November from our shop or second hand bookshop.