The Secret Garden
Thank you to all our visitors who came to the garden during our popular exhibition,
'William Pye: Sculpting with Water' exhibition during Brighton Festival and Heritage Open Days 2019.
we shall announce our next public openings and details of our exciting exhibition for 2020 shortly.
In the meantime, if you would like to join the Secret Garden Mailing List, to be notified of our openings and events, please email email@example.com
We are making contact with the lucky winners from our
fundraising raffle, which we ran at Heritage Open Days.
The raffle was drawn at 5pm on Sunday 22 September, and the winners are:
Lunch for two at the Savile with Gavin Henderson: Mark
Tickets to the Hanover Band Messiah: Jamie
Giant Echium Plant: Peter
Two nights in a Kemp Town Air B&B: Shaun
Loud Shirt Beer Brewery Tour: Richard
Bird & Blend Tea Co. Mixology workshop: Will
Private View in the Secret Garden: Bently
Meal for two at Busby & Wilds: Sian
Do check your voicemail, as a Trustee has contacted all winners by telephone.
Thank you again to our kind sponsors.
The Secret Garden is unique in Brighton & Hove, the only garden of its type in the city, and the only place where major outdoor works of sculpture can be shown in a secure setting. Its beautiful planting scheme is the perfect backdrop for artworks and the garden itself is an oasis of calm in which to enjoy them.
A stunning selection of major works by William Pye, the internationally acclaimed sculptor is on exhibition here. This very special show has engaged a wide audience from art lovers, to those new to sculpture, and also children. William Pye’s sculptures are made principally from stainless steel and cast bronze, and moving water is integral to most of his work. His sculptures may be seen in public places and private gardens throughout the world, and this is a rare opportunity to enjoy an exciting range of his finest pieces, carefully chosen to suit this specific location.
The Secret Garden is run by Antony Dale Trust, a registered UK charity, governed by a small board of dedicated trustees.