Autumn 2020 at DSP

Autumn is one of the most beautiful seasons at DSP. Our extraordinary collection of rare trees from around the world glow with autumnal glory while the plants and shrubs in the wilded Capability Brown gardens are packed with life – both autumn flowering plant life and the abundant wildlife. The wildlife becomes more active duringContinue reading “Autumn 2020 at DSP”

An Exhibition by Terry Howe

Terry Howe’s conceptual, environmental art exhibition ‘Looking For Clues’ is at DSP from 15 August to 31 December 2020. Visit it online or in-park. Terry’s exhibition outdoors and in the Sheds salon gallery is a playful yet insightful examination of the ‘found’ and ‘natural’ that surround us. A reminder of how small and fragile thisContinue reading “An Exhibition by Terry Howe”

Why Smaller-scale Rewilding is Important

Rewilding could be the most holistic and natural solution to the climate crisis. Large national parks started the practice nearly thirty years ago in places like Yellowstone Park in America. Large scale projects are focused on wildlife conservation and reintroduction through natural, wild habitat regeneration. Rewilding solves three key problems at once. It restores ourContinue reading “Why Smaller-scale Rewilding is Important”

The Wild Kitchen at DSP

In keeping with the ethos of rewilding DSP has developed an innovative Wild Kitchen. Our two course lunch menu, served in gourmet picnic boxes, is freshly made each day. Simple, light and delicious you’ll enjoy a choice of healthy, gluten free and vegan dishes. Freshly Baked Focaccia – Rock Shrimp Roll  Preserved Lemon Chicken Skewers Continue reading “The Wild Kitchen at DSP”