It promises to be as fun-packed as ever before. There will be the usual host of unusual scarecrow creations scattered throughout the village with visitors able to chose their favourite – and a prize draw for all who cast votes. This year we have a Scarecrow Theme, which is Cartoon Characters and Children's Books.
Plenty of food available from hotdogs and burgers or curry on The Green to ploughman's lunches in the Village Hall or cream teas in the Church.
Dog show and produce show on Saturday as well as stalls and musical entertainment.
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Open Gardens 14th June 2015 - This year with Classic and Vintage Vehicles
New for 2015 Classic and Vintage Vehicles
An addition to this years programme will be Classic and Vintage vehicles. We are delighted that the club for all Triumph enthusiasts, the Triumph Sports Six Club, is opening its doors and along with this classic and vintage vehicles owners from the area will be joining us to provide surprises around every corner. Making it a memorable day out for all.
A small selection from the 2014 programme
Just a small selection of the gardens that opened last year: -
This rural garden merges with the field alongside and has become a haven for birds with feeders hanging under a 12 yr old "honeysuckle tree". The kitchen garden is the only formal arrangement and supplies vegetables for the house.
10 year project to develop a sustainable co-operative smallholding on 3.5 acres of pasture and woodland, now in its third year. It will work in harmony with nature, is organic and is exploring approaches like no dig growing, Permaculture and Hugelkultur.
Our garden of pots!' We have transformed our little parking area into a space of light; filled with colour and the sound of running water. It's a place to relax. The cats and Mary next door love it – size doesn't matter. It's a happy garden and all are welcome!
An air of peacefulness and a warm welcome greets all visitors to this cottage garden. Bright perennials and exquisite fragrances from the roses make a striking show, with planting reflecting the age of the property and its closeness to the medieval church.
All Saints Church dating back to 12th century and built with ironstone dressed with limestone, its oldest features are two circular piers in the north aisle. The church will be decorated with flowers, the organ played between 2.00pm and 4.00pm,
14 acres of formal and informal garden surrounded by parkland and arable. Many mature trees. Traditional herbaceous borders and various water features. Walled pool garden with raised beds. Ancient moat area along driveway
Come and meet the owners, enjoy your visit to these and other much loved gardens.