Morden Hall Park Rose Garden appeal

Help us return the Rose Garden at Morden Hall Park to its 1920s glory.

Morden Hall Park's rose garden in summer

With your help, we’re planning to replace missing rustic bridges and reunite the two halves of our historic garden.

A family looking at flowers in the rose garden at Morden Hall Park, London
A family looking at flowers in the rose garden at Morden Hall Park.
A family looking at flowers in the rose garden at Morden Hall Park, London

The new bridges will be designed in sympathy with the 1920s originals and, for the first time in decades, allow visitors  to move with ease from the near side to the far side of the Rose Garden and to see the garden as it was conceived by philanthropist Gilleat Hatfield.

Archive photo of gardeners in Morden Hall Park's Rose Garden

The rose garden at Morden Hall Park 

For almost a hundred years the rose garden at Morden Hall Park has delighted summer visitors with a profusion of colour. Gilliat Hatfeild's garden is now gradually being restored to something closer to its 1920s appearance.

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Why give to the National Trust?

As a charity, we are dedicated to conserving our nation’s natural and human history so that it can be enjoyed for generations to come. Our conservation projects range from preserving the historic buildings in our care to protecting the plants and wildlife found in outdoor spaces. Your donation will allow us to act quickly, wherever the need is greatest at this special place, and do vital conservation work.

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