2015

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    Get fit in the New Year in our walled garden

    Bootcamp sessions are every Wednesday, Friday and Saturday morning in our 2-acre walled garden. The fun starts at 9.30am and lasts an hour. Everyone is welcome, but be warned, instructor Sarah will really put you through your paces with a combination of jogging, circuits and body conditioning. Stick with it and we promise you really will […]

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    Our big sale is on!

    Put down that mince pie and come and check out our big sale with fabulous discounts on practical, gorgeous things designed to make you go ‘Ooooh’. The sale starts the day we re-open The Garden Shop after the Christmas break: Saturday 2nd January. See you then!

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    Brilliant Christmas gifts for teachers

    To give you a bit of a helping hand, we’ve put together some suggestions for Christmas gifts for teachers we know they’d love at prices you’ll love. Take a look at the slideshow for ideas. Or come in and see us at The Garden Shop. We’re open Monday-Saturday 9am-5pm and Sundays from 10am-4pm. PLUS, if you […]

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    Under The Cedar

    David is a historian, lecturer and writer. He has written a number of books and articles on the history of his home town of Cobham. The most recent Under The Cedar is a history of Pyports, home of the Lushington family. The book draws heavily upon descriptions of Cobham and its people found in the Lushington […]

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    Yoga classes with Luma. All abilities welcome.

    Luma has been teaching here for many years and specialises in Power Yoga, Ashtanga and Yoga for Athletics. Her style is a mixture of ancient Eastern yoga with a modern Western twist. The aim of her classes is to invoke inner abundance and beauty. She does this by incorporating facial yoga, tantra, Ayurvedic health and food […]

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    How to cook your Christmas turkey

    Cooking your Christmas turkey Our method should help you to produce a truly tasty turkey with especially succulent breast meat. If your turkey is trussed, it is best to remove the string before cooking. If you wish to stuff your turkey, prepare your favourite stuffing recipe and fill the neck cavity only. You may like […]

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