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Published under ‘Sculptures’
Birdwoods at Burtown will open on 8th September, curated by our ex Zimbabwean cousins who have over the years created a very successful sculpture business. firstly designing and making their own designs with a team of local Zimbabweans, but after the having been forced off their farm they have now relocated to New Zealand where they now run their very successful Birdwods Sculpture Garden, sourcing both stone and metal sculpture from various African countries. We are honoured to be hosting their first European exhibition which flows on from last years show in New Hampshire. This proves to be an exciting Autumn show and we look forward to welcoming you all.
If you have a spare 20 minutes then tune into The Perennial Plates latest film shot over 3 weeks here at Burtown, in the midst of our scramble to open our Green Barn.
We are excited to open our New Green Barn which we have been working on for the last six months or longer when you take in all the hurdles. Serving the freshest possible organic produce straight from our garden that morning, or from local organic beef and poultry farmers, we strive to serve you the best seasonal produce which reflects in our changing menus. We love to combine, taste, texture and colours and believe in unfussy, unpretentious food, letting our produce be the strength in what you eat.
The first of our new sculptures in the meadow walks arrived in June - Eileen MacDonagh’s five large stone sculptures look amazing in the long grasses of the meadow walks. We also have sculpture by Sasha Sykes of Farm 21, Catherine Greene and David King.