Thanks to a generous gift, St. Willibrord Priory is commencing the development of the grounds and special gardens in memory of the Blakeney and Lee Families.
The first phase has already begun with the removal of forest debris and several dead trees from the upper lawn and around the property. The second phase will involve the planting of new trees and the development of special gardens throughout the priory grounds. The third phase will involve hardscaping and further landscaping of the grounds to create an atmosphere of natural beauty, tranquility and prayerfulness for neighbors and visitors.
For anyone interested in gardening, especially our neighbors in the Angelica Village area of Mohnton, we welcome volunteers to assist in the development of the grounds and the gardens. Throughout Spring, Summer and Fall, we are always seeking assistance with planting, grooming and overall garden maintenance, including grass care and watering. If you are interested in volunteering in the development of the Blakeney and Lee Memorial Gardens at St. Willibrord Priory, please fill out the form to the right and someone will get back to you. Thank you!
Memorial Trees and Plants
16' Serbian Spruce trees planted Fall 2020