News

  • Five simple ways to promote biodiversity in your garden

    It doesn’t take much to see the impact of climate change. The last two years are a prime example. This...

  • Guest Post: Forest of Flowers

    With foreword by Helmsley Walled Garden: “Sourcing products for our Garden Shop is very exciting. We try to source from...

  • Save the date – Summer Community Day

    26th August 2023 It’s never been more important to get out into nature. Backed up by numerous studies, being outdoors,...

  • Gardening as a form of therapy

    Gardening is a therapy for all of us. That’s a bold statement, isn’t it? Research conducted by The Mental Health...

  • Willow weaving in the Garden

    Willow weaving is one of the world’s most ancient crafts and we’re delighted to be offering a series of workshops...

  • Helmsley Walled Garden Community Day

    Save the date – 10th June 2023 We’re kicking off the summer with a community event day on Saturday, 10th...

  • March 2023 – open doors again

    Somehow or other it is March and the garden is open to visitors. For all January seemed to go on...

  • We’re welcoming the Easter bunny

    The Easter bunny (who needs a name) will be making an early appearance  on Saturday 8th April from 10am till...

  • Clare Belbin courses to book

    Check out our What’s on page for news of new courses tutored by artist in residence Clare Belbin. Two day...

  • February 2023 – Almost opening

    We are just a week away from opening on 1st March. Our volunteers are back and working away cutting back...

  • Mad March Charity Ball – UPDATE

    As of 11am today February 14th, you can now book for the ball via our website. Just go to our...

  • The Vine House Café is open

    Hurrah, delicious coffee and cake and mouth-watering lunches are back on the menu as The Vine House Café opens on...