A waiting room beyond compare... Our beautiful gardens.
Relax with a coffee before your appointment, and take the time to enjoy a gentle stroll around Guild Halls quintessentially English gardens.
The Guild Hall Garden
The true majesty of the Guild Hall can best be viewed from the 'Guild Hall Garden', located directly to the rear of the property. Classical floral arrangements are overlooked by the gardens beautiful and noble Mulberry tree, and a central flag pole, stands proudly flying the union flag. The Garden is also home to Guild Hall Cottage, home of the Curator of the Guild Hall, Alan Robson.
The Jubilee Garden
The “The Jubilee Garden”, which sits to the left of the River Alne, was named in honour of the Diamond Jubilee of HM the Queen in June of 2012. Of note, the Queen’s Silver Jubilee in 1977 was marked by the planting of a mulberry tree in the neighbouring Guild Hall Garden. With a more formal arrangement than the Guild Hall Garden, The Jubilee Garden has a number of benches located around its perimeter, upon which our patients can sit and soak-up some sun, either before or after their appointment.