Dr Neil's Garden
Old Church Lane
Duddingston Village
Edinburgh, EH15 3PX

E: Info@DrNeilsGarden.co.uk
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(10am-dusk every day, except by prior notice)

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A Sense Of Place Saturday – 25th May to Sunday 2nd June

Once more Dr Neil’s Garden are proud to be associated with another exhibition from Meadows Tapestry Weavers.

Come along to Thompson’s Tower in Dr Neil’s Garden for an exhibition of small pieces of tapestry weaving by local artists 

Entry is free into the tower.

Opening hours:

  • Saturday 25th May 10:00 to 16:00
  • Monday to Friday 10:00 to 16:00
  • Saturday 1st June 14:30 to 17:00
  • Sundays 13:00 to 16:00

 

For more information see their website see the Meadows Tapestry Weavers website

 

 

 

Open Weekend in aid of Scotland’s Garden Scheme Saturday & Sunday 4th and 5th May 14:00 to 17:00

Dr Neil’s Garden is pleased to be part of Scotland’s Gardens again this year. Raising funds for a number of charities under  Scotland’s Garden Scheme. 

Plants will be on sale, and our gardener, Claudia will be on hand in the nursery to advise.

Teas are available. 14:00 to 17:00 in the Garden Room

£3 entry including entry to the Thomson Tower, Children free. All proceeds will be donated to Christian Aid

Virtual walk round Dr Neil’s Garden – Thursday 4th April 19:30

Thursday 4th April at 19:30 our head gardener (Claudia Pottier) is holding a vitual tour of the garden in the Garden Room of Duddingston Kirk

Free entry free, with glass of wine on entry

Donations welcome for Dr Neil’s Garden Trust

Illustrated Talk “A revolution in mapping – the Ordnance Survey, mapping the nation from the 18th Century to present day” Thursday February 7th 19:30

This month we are pleased to present “A revolution in mapping – the Ordnance Survey, mapping the nation from the 18th Century to present day”

Robert Louis Stevenson wrote in 1894 “I am told there are people who do not care for maps,and I find it hard to believe.”

Ian is a retired cartographer who has spent almost his entire working life in survey and mapping. He was the Cartographic and Geographic Information Systems Manager for the Crown Estate Office in Edinburgh.

Entrance to the talk is free but all donations are welcome for the benefit and upkeep of Dr Neil’s Garden.

Miller Hall, Duddingston Kirk, 19:30 February 7th

 

Illustrated talk – “The Scottish Wildlife Trust and Bawsinch and Duddingston Loch Nature Reserve” Thursday 10th January 19:30

For our first illustrated talk for 2019 we have  “The Scottish Wildlife Trust and Bawsinch and Duddingston Loch Nature Reserve”.  

This is presented by Ken Knowles, Convenor of Bawsinch and Duddingston Loch Nature Reserve. Ken has been the Convener since 2011. He is also Chair of the SWT Lothian Group Committee.

Entrance to the talk is free but all donations are welcome for the benefit and upkeep of Dr Neil’s Garden.

Miller Hall, Duddingston Kirk, 19:30

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