Set in parkland designed by 18th Century landscape designer, Humphrey Repton and his son George, this magnificent former rectory has a small terraced garden, a wild bird garden and a beautiful walled garden full of kitchen produce and flowers.

Thank you to the owners of this magnificent building and grounds for opening up the gardens on Sunday 23 June to support of their nominated charities.

This glorious building and its surroundings are situated on the edge of the historic Cotswold village of Churchill in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty between the famous Cotswold towns of Chipping Norton, Stowe-on-the-Wold and Burford.

The gardens will be open from 1.00 pm to 5.00 pm and there will be delicious homemade teas and cakes available throughout the afternoon, however, you are also welcome to bring a picnic to enjoy in the wonderful parkland around the house.

Funds for Katharine House will be raised through donations on the gate and a plant stall.  Donations towards refreshments will go to The Eve Appeal. 

No booking is necessary, everyone is welcome at this family friendly event.