Garden restoration project donors

We are grateful to the many individuals and organisations who generously supported our Garden Restoration.

American Express Foundation

The Ashendene Trust

The late Miss Phyllis Bishop

Chiswick House Friends

Chiswick Park’s Enjoy Work

The Duke of Devonshire’s Charitable Trust

Esmée Fairbairn Foundation

The Fidelity UK Foundation

The Monument Trust

Rothermere Foundation

Dr Mortimer and Theresa Sackler Foundation

Soho House Group

The Garfield Weston Foundation

The Wolfson Foundation

The Ashden Trust

The Atlas Fund

Augusta Charitable Trust

Tillotson Bradbery Charitable Trust

Mr and Mrs Charles Brown

Mr and Mrs Peter Buckley

The Coutts Charitable Trust

The Alan Evans Memorial Trust

Lord Faringdon Charitable Trust

The Sebastian de Ferranti Trust

Mr and Mrs Nicholas Fraser

The Goldsmiths’ Company’s Charities

The Grocers’ Charity

Mr Rupert Hambro

Mr and Mrs David Hobson

Mr Charles Howard

John & Ruth Howard Charitable Trust

The George John and Sheilah Livanos Charitable Trust

Lady Lloyd of Berwick

The Manifold Trust

Marsh Christian Trust

Newton Charitable Trust

Coral Samuel Charitable Trust

The Seven Pillars of Wisdom Trust

The Steel Charitable Trust

Professor Caroline Tisdall

The Trusthouse Charitable Foundation

Lionel Wigram Memorial Trust

The Trust is grateful to the following organisations for their generous in-kind donations:

David Austin Roses for the Rosary roses

Farrer & Co for legal services

Fuller’s Brewery for wine for fundraising events

Mazars for accountancy services

Chiswick House & Gardens Trust is enormously grateful to the Heritage Lottery Fund for its grant of £7.8 million which enabled the Gardens Restoration Project.

The Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) was set up by Parliament in 1994 to give grants to a wide range of projects involving the local, regional and national heritage of the United Kingdom.

The Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) sustains and transforms a wide range of heritage through innovative investment in projects with a lasting impact on people and places. As the largest dedicated funder of the UK’s heritage, with around £375million a year to invest in new projects and a considerable body of knowledge, they are also a leading advocate for the value of heritage to modern life.

From museums, parks and historic places to archaeology, natural environment and cultural traditions, they invest in every part of our heritage. Since 1994, HLF has supported over 36,500 projects allocating more than £6billion across the UK.

We also thank those who are not listed here – together their gifts constitute a significant sum – as well as all donors who prefer to remain anonymous.

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