Chiswick House wins second Green Flag Award

19 October, 2020 / by Matt Smith

Image above: Chiswick House lit up in green light on Wednesday 14 October. Photograph Alanna McCrum

Chiswick House has won its second Green Flag Award. The award sets the benchmark standard for the management of recreational, outdoor spaces across the country and around the world. It also recognises the hard work of the often invisible park teams such as site managers, ground staff and volunteers.

Chiswick House was one of many buildings across the UK to ‘go green’ last week. Along with 50 other buildings and parks nationwide, the Palladian villa  was lit up with green lights on Wednesday 14 October to promote the Green Flag Awards scheme.

Image above: Chiswick House team celebrates their win. Photograph Geraldine King

Estate Garden Manager, Geraldine King, said she was “Delighted to have lead Chiswick House’s success in our second Green Flag award and make a milestone with 15 Green Flags in my career.” 

Image above: Chiswick House in green light at night. Photograph Alanna McCrum

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