What's on Supporter events Middleton Cheney Open Gardens 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. The church will be open from 2pm to 5pm and there will be a steward to give tours. Toilets will also be available. Event details Date: 10 July Opening time: 1–6pm. Entry fee: £5 to visit all gardens; children under 18 years are free. Maps are provided of the garden locations at each open garden and you can start your tour wherever you wish. Parking: On-street parking is normally available and a car park will be open at the end of Glovers Lane. Accessibility: see individual garden descriptions. Dogs: assistance dogs only. Refreshments: tea/coffee/cake at Springfield House. Details of the gardens opening for Katharine House 38 Midway (Margaret and David Finch): a longer walk from the car park 5 Longburges (Dave Vale): not suitable for wheelchairs and a longer walk from the car park Springfield House, Glovers Lane (Lynn and Paul Taylor): teas available Croft House, Glovers Lane (Richard and Sandy Walmsley) Avon House, Glovers Lane (Mike and Jane Donahoe) Pear Tree House, Glovers Lane (Roger and Barbara Charlesworth) 6 Glovers Lane (Mike and Wendy Scarlett) 2a Rectory Lane (Debbie and David Evans) 14 Queen Street (Brian and Kathy Goodey): not suitable for wheelchair users. About Middleton Cheney Middleton Cheney is a village and civil parish in west 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.