Lindisfarne Gospels Garden


Gospels Garden are located opposite the Lindisfarne Heritage Centre on Holy Island. The garden, inspired by the Lindisfarne Gospels, was originally designed by Stan Timmins for the Chelsea Flower Show in 2003, where it won a silver medal. The by Garden was recreated here on Lindisfarne, where it was officially openen by Lady Rose on the 19th of September 2004.

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Gospel Garden at Lindisfarne

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Holy Island : Lindisfarne Gospels Garden

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Nativity Scene, Gospel Gardens, Holy Island

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The Lindisfarne Gospel Garden

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Sculpture to St Cuthbert

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St Cuthbert's Broken Wheel at Lindisfarne

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Floral display, the Gospel Gardens, Holy Island

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Plaque re Celtic Cross, Gospel Gardens, Holy Island

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