Biddulph Grange Gardens begins expansion work


As part of their building projects to develop their facilities new toilets will be build adjacent to the current shop.

The Plans- Image Biddulph Grange

Yesterday Biddulph Grange Gardens began clearing land adjacent to the shop. ready for construction to begin which is due to start on Monday.
They say that they are sourcing the tiles for the new toilets from a heritage manufacturer based In Stoke-on-trent.
Recently Biddulph Grange created a new food and beverage facility in Camelia house.

They are also planning to resurface parts of the overflow car park to make it useable year round.

A spokesperson for Biddulph Grange gardens said:
“We have recelntly created a food and beverage facility in the Camelia House and adjacent historic drawing room which is now providing additional indoor seating looking out towards the garden. Conservation work on the drawing room continues with the removal of wallpaper from the coving. Underneath we have discovered a hand-painted design by Henry Scholtz, a French decorator who worked for the Crace & Sons Design Company from the 1830s to the 1890s.”