Langdon is a garden venue, secretly tucked away amongst ancient farmland in the parish of Goodnestone and Graveney, just outside Faversham.
Founder and owner, Sally Edge, and her family, have opened their evolving
three-acre garden up for workshops, classes and gatherings. Their mission is to
create a garden that is welcoming for humans and wildlife alike, and where
people can connect mindfully with the natural world and learn how to care for
The workshops aim to inspire, enable and empower people to be part of the
solution in healing our damaged planet, covering themes such as growing food,
planting trees and composting.
Similar-minded businesses and individuals are also invited to hire indoor
and outdoor spaces in the garden for classes such as mediation, yoga, arts and
crafts, talks etc.
The garden has a beautiful lake to sit beside and relax while enjoying the
fish and birdlife – or even take a dip if you’re brave! There is also a walled
vegetable garden and greenhouse currently being built, a homage to the
Victorian heritage of the farmhouse, the family home, that stands in the centre
of the garden. Around the garden there are stunning flower beds – woodland
spring flowers, roses and rosemary, a cottage garden border – as well as a
developing meadow of wildflowers and grasses with mown paths during the spring
Tel: 07921 064 029