8 December, 2018
Here is the finalised plan for the garden visits in 2019! For more details see the diary page on the WTU3A website
Bookings currently being taken for Old Church Cottage, Long Marston on 16th February. Contact Gaynor Edwards at email@example.com.
|16th February||Old Church Cottage, Long Marston – Full details below|
|March||No garden visit|
|17th April||Chenies Manor House, Rickmansworth|
|8th May||Eythrope, Waddesdon|
|29th May||Huntsmoor (NGS), Bovingdon|
|13th June||Mottisfont (NT), Romsey|
|16th July||Old Camos (NGS), Thatcham|
|15th August||Packwood House and Gardens (NT), Lapworth|
|19th September||The Grange (NGS), Chalgrove|
|17th October||Stowe (NT), Buckingham|
Our first garden visit in 2019 is to Old Church Cottage, an NGS garden in Long Marston.
Church Cottage is a 400 year-old thatched cottage. The garden has many species and varieties of snowdrops, cyclamen, crocuses, irises and other spring bulbs. Adjoining the cottage is a disused churchyard with ancient yews, and a Norman tower being the remnant of a Chapel of Ease.
Garden featured in The English Garden 2018 and in Garden Answers.
The visit takes place on Saturday February 16th, 2019. The garden opens at 11.30am. Cost of garden entry, mulled wine and shortbread is £5.00.
For more details see the diary page on the WTU3A website, or to book your place, contact Gaynor Edwards at firstname.lastname@example.org.