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Broughton is a small village, best known for its Castle which sits just outside the village – a fortified manor house surrounded by a moat which dates back to the 14th century. Surrounding Broughton are long-ranging views with swathes of pasture grazed by sheep and cattle, and a diverse collection of crops.

Broughton is 2.5 miles south west of Banbury on the B4035. Turn left at The Saye and Sele Arms Pub up Wykham Lane, and Broughton Grange is a quarter of a mile out of the village on the right.

By kind permission of Mr S Hester

Drinks and tour of the garden
with Head Gardner, Andrew Woodall
5 & 7 September: 6-8pm

To reserve a place, tickets need to be bought in advance from:
Festival of Open Gardens, Katharine House Hospice, Aynho Road, Adderbury,
OX17 3NL – 01295 816484
£15 per ticket
(max. 30 people per evening)

Wine donated by Farthinghoe Fine Wine.

Open garden
at Broughton Grange
9 September: 10am-4pm

Impressive 25 acres of gardens and light woodland in an attractive setting. The centrepiece is a large terraced walled garden created by Tom Stuart-Smith in 2001 with a vision to blend gardens into the countryside. With outstanding herbaceous planting in summer, formal and informal areas combine to make this a wonderfully special site including a newly-laid arboretum.

Teas and home-made cakes. Entry includes a map and description of the garden.
Sorry – Dogs not permitted
Entry £7 (under 12s free)