Aigas offers a small number of events to non-residents each year. Please contact us for enquiries and booking.
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Visit to Dundonnell House Garden and 2 Durnamuck with Scotland's GardensContact Us
- 27 July 2017 - Places Available
Take a bus journey to Dundonnell House garden, with it’s colourful borders centred around one of the oldest yew trees in Scotland. Watersculpture, roses, Edwardian glasshouse, riverside walk & arboretum.
Follow this with a visit to Dundonnell’s Head Gardener’s (Will Soos) own prairie garden at 2 Durnamuck, on the edge of Little Loch Broom, with its collection of unusual worldwide plants.
Price: £35.00 to include return bus from Aigas (various collection points along the way), packed lunch, entrance fees and afternoon tea at Durnamuck.
House of Aigas Garden Open DaysContact Us
- 23 July 2017 - Places Available
The Aigas garden is a 25 year labour of love by Lucy Lister-Kaye set within a fine arboretum of exotic trees planted by the Victorians over 100 years ago. Open days start at 2pm and as well as offering a chance to enjoy the gardens, they also offer Aigas Ranger led nature trails, home made tea and cakes in the House of Aigas, live music and plant stalls.
Entry costs £4.00. Teas £4.00 per head. Free entry and tea for children.
No dogs please.
Contact us with any enquiries.
Events with John Lister-KayeContact Us
Monday 21st August 2017 at 3.45pm
Launch of Sir John's new book The Dun Cow Rib, A Very Natural Childhood
|Tuesday 5th September 2017 at 6.30pm||Promotional Event for The Dun Cow Rib, A Very Natural Childhood||Waterstones, Canterbury|
|Tuesday 26th September 2017||Promotional Event for The Dun Cow Rib, A Very Natural Childhood||Topping & Co. St Andrews, Fife|
|TBC||Promotional Event for The Dun Cow Rib, A Very Natural Childhood||Wigtown Book Festival|
If you'd like to check details of these events, please ring the Field Centre office on 01463 782443 and ask for Sheila.