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Trees surround the churchyard, where old gravestones mingle comfortably with wild areas
Bishop’s House Garden
The four-acre garden at Bishop’s House, Norwich, is one of the oldest gardens in Norfolk
Sutton VA Lower School
Our Quiet Garden is place that was designed by pupils to stimulate the senses – colourful flowers, scented, tactile and edible plants and herbs.
Judy and Kate have been running the quiet garden at Moray Cottage for nearly seven years.
Westwood Christian Centre
Westwood has been a place of retreat, rest and recharge for almost 30 years.
Mortlake Quiet Gardens
There are two Quiet Gardens in the Parish of Mortlake with East Sheen – both are the grounds of a church,.
Based in wonderfully biodiverse woodland and meadows within the Suffolk countryside.
Saint John’s Quiet Garden
St John’s is a welcoming Church of England parish church set in the centre of Shildon, the cradle of the railways.
A 9 acre garden – a mix of formal lawns and flower beds, small woodland area with formal pond, wildlife meadow with ponds.
The Melangell Centre
The Saint Melangell Centre operates in a Christian context supporting people in need through reflection, listening and pastoral care
The Royal Foundation of St Katharine
Royal Foundation of St Katharine has served as a centre for worship, hospitality and service over many centuries.
Langstone Court Garden
Walled garden with ornamental trees, shrubs and perennials; formal front court (lawn); small wood; parkland
The Story Garden, Prince Albert
In the arid Great Karoo, at the foot of the well-known Swartberg Mountains, lies a delightful village, called Prince Albert
Kent Lodge is a heritage property built partially on an Acadian foundation (prior to 1755)
The Quiet Gardens at St John’s Cathedral
Episcopal church with a special room within the church that overlooks a garden.
A venue concerned to help people with contemplation, creativity and connecting with nature.
Northampton Quaker Meeting House
Burial ground and garden with four wooden garden seats, gravel paths, shrubs and trees.
The Quiet Garden, Beverley Minster
Tucked away at the end of a quiet lane but only a 5-minute walk from Beverley town centre, this small walled garden
St Mark’s Haydock
Plenty of space for up to twenty-five persons spread over Garden, or up to 10 in 2 group seating areas.
Sebergham is situated in Cumbria bordering the northern edge of the Lake District National Park.
Hilfield Friary is now a retreat centre and welcomes guests from all over the world to Dorset.
The Fellowship of Meditation
Marian Dunlop House in Dorchester is the headquarters for The Fellowship of Meditation.
St Nicholas Wayfarers’ Church
St Nicholas is situated in the foothills of the Quantocks overlooking the Bristol Channel.
St Lawrence’s Centre
A place of peacefulness and beauty, set aside for reflection and peaceful contemplation.
The Cross at Yew Lane
The Quiet Garden is situated on the edge of a large mixed housing area in North Sheffield. It houses three outdoor garden spaces, and indoor space for activities
Sacrista Prebend Retreat House
Our garden is open daily to those who want to come and enjoy its tranquillity
Upton Cheyney Chapel
Upton Cheyney Quiet Garden is situated in a quaint rural village on the edge of South Gloucestershire.
Scargill House Walled Garden
Scargill House is home to a Christian community who welcome people for holidays, conferences and retreats in the spectacular Yorkshire Dales.
The Quiet Garden at the Abbey
Large walled garden with quiet corners. Large Georgian house: lounge , dining room, garden room, Quiet room/chapel.
Elsie Briggs House was built around 1445. This was a time of great expansion and building in Westbury parish, when Bishop Carpenter was in charge
Churchhaven Quiet Garden
Situated in a National Park on the West Coast of South Africa and in an area as yet unspoilt by modern living.
Welcome to an oasis of relaxation in a setting of prestigious serenity. In an enchanting tranquil environment full of restorative qualities to one´s mental and spiritual reserves.
St John’s Memorial Garden
St John’s was built in 1845, as a witness to the Christian faith at the heart of the community. We hope you enjoy your visit.
Southern Highlands Quiet Garden
A statue of St Francis and a beautiful stained glass window of the Resurrection Angel are features.
Old Kea Church is situated in a remote location yet it is only 3 miles from the city of Truro
Newington Prayer Garden
This is a small Prayer Garden designed and created during lockdown by Daniel Verrall.
Two acres of natural Andalucian hillside country trails and a developing permaculture food forest.
The garden is next to the church and has a flowing water fountain, native plants and seating areas
Friends Meeting House Cirencester
Our Quiet Garden is a restful, walled space with mature trees, flowers and some seating
Whirlow Spirituality Centre
Be still and find rest at our hidden chapel and peaceful garden on the edge of the Peak District
‘Back to the Garden’ at Tremorran
Find peace in far West Cornwall.
Explore the many garden paths: observe nature at the wildlife pond: walk the labyrinth.
The Roderick Quiet Garden at St. Michael’s
The Roderick Quiet Garden offers a place to sit in peace and contemplation alone or with others.
Worth Abbey Quiet Garden
A quiet place of reflection, within the grounds of a Benedictine monastery.
The Quiet Garden at the Haven of Tranquillity
Set in a natural amphitheatre overlooking a crater lake and the Rwenzori Mountains
The Quiet Garden at Loves Close
Our small home and garden offer a ministry of welcome, prayer and spiritual companionship to all who visit us.
Inspired by the key words of a Pilgrim: Freedom, Simplicity, Silence, Serenity, Slowness, Spirituality and Sharing.
St Barnabas Church
Together we are committed to weaving creative, caring and contemplative threads into the fabric of everyday life.
St Theodore’s Community Spiritual Garden
A place of stillness which provides an opportunity to explore spirituality.
St Stephen’s Quiet Garden
The Garden Chapel was the first church built in Pinelands, in 1926, a little thatched church
Hitchcock Memorial Garden
St. Augustine’s Quite Garden is named in honor of Gilbert M. & Martha H. Hitchcock
Sanctuary Quiet Garden
A warm welcome awaits you; to a garden with separate areas for quiet, solitude and prayer.
St Andrew’s Quiet Garden
A sacred place of peace and tranquillity below Newlands Forest and Table Mountain.
St Andrew’s Church Quiet Garden
Our Quiet Garden lies on the entrance to the church which is within The Great Linford Manor Park Area and close to the Arts Centre
St Mary’s Quiet Garden
A beautiful and spacious church yard behind the historic twelfth century church of St Mary’s Bletchley.
Reflections Quiet Garden
A sequence of 5 small gardens themed on the Christian spiritual journey and environmental care.
The Oasis Garden
A sacred place away from the busy-ness of our lives. Come and find the peace and restoration of a quiet garden.
Set in a secluded area of natural beauty, within a 3 1/2 acre site offering spiritual refreshment and tranquillity
Holy Trinity Churchyard
We have a large ‘open’ churchyard where we are still developing a designated area for a Quiet Garden.
Great Chalfield Manor
Great Chalfield Manor is a 15th century National Trust property, steeped in history, with beautiful, unique and spectacular gardens
Five Oak Ranch
A relaxing place just 25 minutes from downtown Austin; offering 26 acres of natural Texas habitat
Degibna Prayer Garden
Degibna Prayer Garden lies to the rear of Degibna Prayer Chapel, close to Loe Pool.
Located on a 300 acre property on the Macquarie River, about 15 minutes from Bathurst, NSW, the Chapel sits on a hill overlooking the river
A cottage garden of 1/4 acre; well-established and secluded, with ‘rooms’ for solitude and praye
Blue Idol Quaker Meeting House
The garden at the Blue Idol Quaker Meeting House is an oasis of mature trees, a small apple orchard and lightly maintained garden.
Bearsden Baptist Church
Bearsden Baptist Church hosts an amazing green space, open to the public right at the heart of Bearsden.
The Quiet Garden lies at the back of the chapel with a simple flower border and two stone seats.
An old fashioned English garden laid out in the 1840’s being slowly restored by Tom & Jo
Hirfron is a smallholding in rural Mid-Wales, dedicated as a quiet place of prayer, creativity and welcome.