Continuing on our posts in honour of Flower Friday, sometimes the simplest arrangements can be the most beautiful. Such is the case here with these flowers seen at The Kennels, Goodwood – the private members club of The Goodwood Estate, West Sussex. The Kennels, Goodwood always seem to find the most beautiful blooms and they are usually a mass of flowers of the same type and colour, contrasting extremely well with the black and white framed photographs of the estate taken by Lord March himself.
The annual summer exhibition is now on at Goodwood House and this year focusses on “Nature Revisited” and explores the generations of Dukes of Richmond who have been passionately interested in the natural world. The exhibition ends on 13th October 2014. Ticket prices are just GBP9.50 for adults with afternoon tea available from GBP6 per person.
Contributor & photographer: Sue Lowry
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