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Two most interesting gardens opening in aid of Leicestershire Historic Churches Trust.
Pine House covers two acres of fine mature trees, woodland walk, mixed borders, topiary, dragon hedge, etc.
Parkside is a woodland garden, bog garden and other features, Informal mixed borders to encourage wildlife, greenhouse and pond. More »
Venue: 1.Pine House LE74XE - Map
Venue: 2.Parkside LE74WH - Map
Open 2pm to 5pm
Combined entrance to both gardens £5 per person - children 12yrs & under free
Tea/coffee/squash & slice of cake £2.00 :: Dogs are not permitted in the gardens.
Also spend time in the architecturally fascinating St Luke's Parish Church to enjoy a display reflecting the Battle of Waterloo in this, its bi-centenary year. Marvel at the life-size Victorian memorial depicting Waterloo veteran, Col Edward Cheney of the Scots Greys, astride his dying horse. Possibly the only such magnificent equestrian statute in an English church.
One of Simon Jenkin's 1,000 best churches
Disabled Access: Some parts of the gardens are suitable. Please make enquiries if concerned.
Contact: David Knowles / 01509 268354 / email@example.com » Less
Friends of Highgate Surgery PPG
"Walking For Health" Walks
led by Christine & Dave
1st Walk Wed 13th May 2.30pm
The Peace Garden Under 1mile
2nd Walk Wed 10th June 2.30pm
The Memorial Park Under 1mile
3rd Walk Wed 8th July 2.30pm
Quaker Road 1.25 miles
4th Walk Wed 12th Aug 2.30pm More »
Sileby Mill 1.5 miles
Advise wearing sturdy shoes
All walks begin & end at Sileby Community Centre » Less
Walk start at Sileby Community Centre at 7.00p.m.
Sileby Mill, Mountsorrel Hills,
Old Mountsorrel Quarry, Bond Lane,
River Soar, Mountsorrel Lock,
River Soar, Barrow Road,
4 ½ miles
Why not come and join us and enjoy exploring the local parish footpaths and countryside? A chance to meet with new people and healthy exercise. Everyone welcome. More »
All persons taking part in the walk must understand that they do so at their own risk. » Less