We all have a special relationship with Great Chalfield; it may be through attending events held at the Manor, coming to Church here or simply reflecting in the peace and tranquility of the fabulous Gardens.
You are now invited to become a part of its history, supporting the development of the Gardens for future generations to enjoy.
For nearly one hundred years the Gardens at Great Chalfield Manor have given great pleasure to all those who have visited them. Completed in 1911 by the designer Alfred Parsons,
the present Gardens are testament to his vision and to the hard work of the current team.
To mark the centenary of the Gardens, we are pleased to announce the launch of the ‘Friends of Great Chalfield’ association. Through this group we hope to create a lively social network for supporters of Great Chalfield where members can enjoy regular news updates and invitations to parties and events held at the Manor.
Restored to their former glory, the Gardens now give huge pleasure to tens of thousands of visitors each year. The Friends initiative aims to provide financial support towards developing and maintaining the Gardens and provide a lively social network for supporters of Great Chalfield.
To join, please fill out a Friend Membership Form
The Friends of Great Chalfield have published Hugh Wright’s biography of Thomas Tropnell MP builder of the present manor who is buried in St Bartholomew’s Church in Corsham in 1488. Copies are available for £3 each at the manor.