Autumn meander

Members of BEWI Gardening Club meandered around the beautiful gardens of the Minstead Trust in Furzey.  The Trust supports people with learning disabilities to fully develop their individual potential by providing opportunities, enhancing life skills, ensuring informed choice, and influencing society. They describe Furzey as a secret woodland garden and we were delighted to uncover some of the secrets.  Around every corner there were stunning shrubs, flowers, sculptures, intriguing structures or views.  On top of this, the weather although unseasonably warm added to the general feeling of wellbeing and enjoyment.  The tearoom isn’t a secret but just a friendly place to discuss gardening (mainly compost this time!) whilst enjoying a drink.  Definitely a place to visit again.