Website created for historic West Sussex garden in Chichester

Bishops's Palace Garden, Chichester.Bishops's Palace Garden, Chichester.
Bishops's Palace Garden, Chichester.
A volunteer has created a website for the historically-rich garden in Chichester.

A volunteer of the ‘Friends of Bishop’s Palace Garden’ created a brand-new website, which launched last week. It features a detailed look into the history of the place, information about the trees featured and more.

A statement from the volunteer group wrote: “The Friends of Bishop’s Palace Garden have been actively supporting Chichester District Council since 2006, dedicating their time and effort to maintain and improve the garden.

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"If you visit the garden on a Monday or Wednesday morning, you’ll easily spot them in their vibrant yellow hi-vis jackets, diligently doing the myriad tasks essential for the upkeep and enhancement of this expansive garden.”

Website creator Frances Dearn said: “This website is aimed at allowing people to donate to allow our volunteer group to supplement the funding that is already given to the gardens”

You can visit the demo website by clicking the following link:

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