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Case Study – Installing an EcoWater Refiner with sediment filtration at Tram Hatch Gardens

Tram Hatch is a historic, Grade II listed Manor House, one of the original eleven Manors in this part of Kent.

It is the home of Alan and Pamela Scrivens who have sympathetically and lovingly not only restored the Manor House over the last 30 plus years but, in addition, they have restored and expanded the beautiful heritage English country gardens into a wonderful combination of formal and natural settings, with beautiful rose gardens, secret hideaways, tumbling planted riverbanks, pergola's and archways, specialist trees, orchards and much more.

The owners of Tram Hatch have been long supporters of various Charities and regularly open their Gardens to a number of these each year. Providing Garden Tours along with refreshments such as home-baked scones for their Summer Afternoon Teas. They raise money via entrance fees, all of which they donate to charities such as the Royal National Lifeboat Institution, National Garden Scheme and support many nursing charities.

Installing an EcoWater Refiner softener with simple sediment filtration.