28th April 2020
Take a wellbeing drone flight over Painshill Park!
Instead of marking Surrey Day 2020 on Saturday May 2nd·with public events or private visits, the coronavirus crisis meant a ‘virtual’ celebration instead. Through the day, BBC Radio Surrey celebrated our county – and the people and places that make it great. Painshill Park, the award-winning Grade 1 listed 18th century landscape garden at Cobham, is one of those. Offering wellbeing and peace, plus some of Surrey’s most iconic views, it is closed during the pandemic. But you can still visit Painshill via its website. Enjoy a tranquil drone flight more… over this living work of art, dream of your next visit – the staff team and dedicated volunteers are determined to open again, immediately the lockdown lifts – and help preserve these 158 acres of international importance. Click here to find out more.
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