Bridge End Garden in Saffron Walden is a fantastic place to spend time in at any time of the year. Even in the depths of winter, the garden has structure, colour and a range of interesting sculptures and features to view.
The gardens are open to the public and although it looks as though you would need to pay an admission fee to access these Grade II* gardens, they are in fact a free to access public park. The gardens are carefully managed by a team of voluntary gardeners as well as the Council.
If you haven’t yet been, go and explore this fantastic community asset and enjoy the different character areas or rooms that make this landscape so special. For more information, visit our website to see the work Liz Lake Associates have undertaken here