We are delighted to offer an interesting mix of gardens, both large and small, here in Middleton Cheney together with a chance to see inside our beautiful church.

Middleton Cheney is situated 3 miles from Banbury in south Northamptonshire with an interesting church silhouetting the village, which is well worth a visit.

Event details

Date: 23 June

Opening time: 2–6pm.

Entry fee: £7 to visit nine gardens and the church, which contains a beautiful stained-glass window designed by William Morris, will also be open. Children under 16 years are free - cash only on the day. 

Map of the gardens: available at the Library.

Parking: at the Library and the end of Glovers Lane.

Accessibility: various sized gardens with some restrictions for wheelchair users due to uneven ground or steps.

Dogs: allowed on leads although some smaller gardens may be restrictive.

Refreshments: Peartree House (halfway down Glovers Lane).

Plant stall: some gardens may sell plants.

Raffle: in aid of Katharine House Hospice, to be drawn on 9 September.

About Middleton Cheney

Middleton Cheney is a village and civil parish in south Northamptonshire. The village is about three miles east of Banbury and its name means 'middle farm/settlement’.

Traces of Neolithic, Bronze Age and Roman settlements have been found in the parish. There is a row of 19th-century almshouses on the former main road through the village.

Other Open Garden dates for your diary

For other Open Garden dates, please see Open Gardens for Katharine House page.