Red House Garden Appeal

Help us recreate William Morris’s historic garden design and re-establish the garden that inspired some of his most famous patterns.

Summer Garden and West elevation of Red House
The garden at Red House, Bexleyheath

Our Goal

Please help us raise the final £3,000 for the Red House Garden Snug Project. This money will be used to recreate one of William Morris’s ‘garden rooms’, an intimate enclosed space giving our visitors a quiet place to sit and reflect away from the hustle and bustle of London. With your support we can tell the story of this remarkable garden and how we are bringing it back to life.

Donate to Red House Garden Appeal

Please select an amount

Daffodils in Red House Garden
£5 £5 will purchase a plant for the Garden Snug borders
£10 £10 will help engage craftspeople to build seating within the Garden Snug
Iron garden seat amongst the flowers near the garden front of Red House, Bexleyheath, London
Marking out the Red House garden snug for planting
£25 £25 will support our learning and outreach programme getting local school children engaged in nature
Or enter your own amount
Picnic tables in the Orchard at Red House

The Facts

Red House was designed and built by William Morris 160 years ago. His Red House garden is part of 20,000 hectares of inner-city green space that the National Trust helps care for. We’re aiming to raise £3,000 to install the Garden Snug at Red House.

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.

Donate now to the Garden Snug Project