Broughton Grange wins European award 2018

Broughton Grange was honoured with the 1st Prize in the category “Best development of a historic park or garden" for the bold addition of a modern reinterpretation of a kitchen garden to a historic garden. After more than 15 years, this new garden design is more and more convincing and is now an essential element of Broughton Grange and its dialogue with the Oxfordshire countryside. Broughton Grange was up against Adare Manor in Ireland, and Kasteeltuinen, in the Netherlands. Across the award categories, there were 75 nominees which were whittled down to 12 finalists. Head gardener Andrew Woodall was there to collect the award, which were presented in Schloss Nordkirchen in Germany. The European Garden Heritage Network (EGHN) has parnters in 14 European countries and founded the European garden award in 2010. European Garden Heritage Network - EGHN