The Glory of the Garden

Bateman's, Bateman's Lane, Burwash, East Sussex, TN19 7DS
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Rudyard Kipling's poem The Glory of the Garden inspires summer events at his beloved home of Bateman's, near Burwash. Enjoy nature and Kipling's work side-by-side by following a poetry trail and listening to storytelling and poetry readings in the garden.

Inside the 17th-century house, there's garden-themed highlights from the collection to see. Picture Kipling the writer and his process at Bateman's with films in the Kitchen that bring the poem to life. For the green-fingered visitor, there's opportunities to explore the gardens in pop-up talks with the Bateman's gardening team. From lawn games to outdoor theatre, poetry and watercolour workshops to a summer holiday family trail around the garden, there's something for everyone this summer at Bateman's. Normal admission to Bateman's applies, and there is an additional cost for some activities.

To find out more, take a look at www.nationaltrust.org.uk/batemans

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The old mill, Bateman's, East Sussex. ©National Trust Images Andrew ButlerBateman's, RotherThis 17th century Sussex Ironmaster's house, built in a Wealden valley, was the home of writer Rudyard Kipling from 1902 to 1936.

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