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Easton Lodge


Easton Lodge Gardens were originally designed by Edwardian garden designer Harold Peto in 1902, as commissioned by the Countess of Warwick. The gardens were heavily influenced by Peto's passion for Italiante, French and Japanese gardens.


Season:
Autumn


Location:
Essex, UK


Credits:
GAP Photos/Marcus Harpur


Feature No:   4190 

Qty of Images:    59 

 
  
  
 
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Synopsis
Although many of the garden's distinctive features were lost during the war, they are now being gradually restored by The Gardens of Easton Lodge Preservation Trust, which aims to preserve the historical context of the garden. The gardens are maintained and open to the public with the help of a small team of trustees and volunteers.

 

 

 
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