Miserden, Stroud, Gloucestershire GL6 7JA 01285 firstname.lastname@example.org
Miserden Estate in 1963 with the glasshouses seen to the left
The Foster and Pearson glasshouses are all different in their design and in amongst acres of glass, there are ornate wrought-iron supports and highly-engineered mechanisms to open the windows. There is an impressive network of hot-water pipes which used to be fed by two boilers under the potting shed. As the water got hotter, it would surge up the giant iron pipes and around each glasshouse, before being gravity-fed back down. In the vineries, this heat would have ensured a regular supply of grapes, nectarines and peaches for the Miserden Manor House.