A range of gardens in size and style, many incorporating elements of cottage garden style planting. One large garden is a work in progress, the retrieval of a long lost Middleton garden. Another garden has a garden hunt for children of all ages. A large garden has water weaving through it and examples of fine trees. Something for everybody who enjoys gardens and the inspiration they bring.

Date

Opening times

Cost

 

1 July

1-6

£5 for entry to seven gardens, children free – please pay at Pear Tree House where maps will be available for direction to the other gardens

Names and addresses of participating gardens

With thanks to:

Roger and Barbara Charlesworth, Peartree House, Glovers Lane, OX17 2NU – please start here where maps and refreshments are available.

Lynn and Paul Taylor, Springfield House. Glovers Lane.

Sandy and Richard Walmsley, 21 Glovers Lane.

David and Sue Thompson, Church Cottage, Church Lane.

Kathy and Brian Goodey, 14 Queen Street.

Margaret and Dave Finch, 38 Midway.

Charles and Anne Woolland, 1 The Moors Drive. 

 

Car Parking

In and around the village lanes, please park considerately

Description

A range of gardens in size and style, many incorporating elements of cottage garden style planting. One large garden is a work in progress, the retrieval of a long lost Middleton garden. Another garden has a garden hunt for children of all ages. A large garden has water weaving through it and examples of fine trees. Something for everybody who enjoys gardens and the inspiration they bring.

Dogs allowed?

Dogs on leads only

Refreshments and other features

Yes, teas at Peartree House Glovers Lane

Accessibility

Some gardens have a few steps and may not be suitable for visitors in wheelchairs

Directions

Middleton Cheney can be approached from the B4525 or the A422 Brackley direction.  Most gardens are located near the parish church.