Wormsley Walled Garden and Library

A group of us were treated to a fantastic day at Wormsley.  The weather was as warm and lovely as the reception we received in the garden. Pimms and nibbles went down well whilst strolling around the various aspects of the garden. The library however, was a real gem. There was a fantastic mix of illuminated manuscripts, Caxton early printing, and some awe inspiring contemporary book bindings but the most ‘drooled’ over was the original Sheila Waters version of ‘Under Milk Wood’ by Dylan Thomas.

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