Malmesbury Abbey House Gardens Poster
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A contemporary take on the vintage railway poster, showing the view from down by the river of Malmesbury's Abbey House Gardens.
Text reads: Malmesbury Abbey House Gardens.
The Abbey House in Malmesbury sits in the English West Country and on the edge of the Cotswolds. It was first built in the 13th Century as part of the abbey next door before being sold by King Henry VIII to local merchant William Stumpe.
Its five acre grounds now feature one of the best gardens in Britain with over 10,000 plants, and have been open to the public since 1996. Behind the house the gardens drop down into a valley where the river Avon bubbles past layers of trees creating a pretty magical space.
- All designs are original and created from scratch.
- Printed on high quality 200gsm thick paper.
- Each print is individually packaged with stiff cardboard to avoid creasing & damage.
- Packaging is 100% recyclable or biodegradable.
- Posters are unframed.
Free delivery to the UK!
There is free first class UK postage for all orders over £8 – no matter how many products you choose. If you spend under £8 then there's a £1 postage charge.
Orders are normally dispatched twice per week – on a Monday and Thursday morning.
Europe, USA & everywhere else in the world
You can't order for outside of the UK from this website but you can from our Fy store, where most of the designs are available and they all have free international shipping as well as more sizes and framing options.
If there's a design you want that you can't find on there, just get in contact and we'll try and get it up there as quickly as possible.
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