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Adderbury is an attractive village, with many honey-coloured limestone cottages and houses in the older parts of the village. It also boasts four pubs.  St Mary’s is a magnificent Grade 1 listed church, retaining evidence of its 13th century origins, and regarded architecturally as one of the most important in the county.
49 St Mary’s Road, Adderbury, OX17 3HA

This fascinating garden contains the National Collection of Mentha Mints planted in containers and gravel beds, along with vegetable beds and greenhouses.
Dogs allowed on a lead.
Directions: Four miles south of Banbury off A4260.  Take first right after village into Berry Hill Road, follow bend into Milton Road, and first left into St Mary’s Road.
By kind permission of Jeff and Margaret Moore
Entry £2.00 (under 12s free

Katharine House Hospice, Aynho Road, OX17 3NL

The Simon Weatherby Trust created and maintains this beautiful hospice garden as a haven for patients, their families and friends, not to mention wildlife, thanks in no small part to the help of a wonderful team of volunteer gardeners.
Teas and coffees, delicious home-made refreshments, plant stall, and raffle.
Dogs allowed on a lead
Directions: Three miles south of Banbury on A4260. Turn left at traffic lights onto B4100. Located on right hand side at end of village.
By kind permission of The Simon Weatherby Trust
Entry £2.50 (under 12s free