In the interests of the safety of our visitors and staff, we have cancelled this event.
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We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause. Thank you for your understanding.
By kind permission of the Whiteley Family
Set in Northamptonshire countryside, Evenley Wood Garden was created by Timothy Whiteley in 1980. An hour's guided walking tour will reveal an extensive woodland garden with an unusual band of acid soil, containing a notable collection of plants. Springtime finds a ‘stream’ of scillas winding through the garden for 800m, while fritillaries, late narcissus and carpets of blue, pink and white bells cover the woodland floor and, with warmer weather arriving, some 100 magnolias begin to come into flower. Sensible footwear advisable. If ground wet, problems may occur for wheelchair users. Accessible toilets.
Refreshments available though not included.
Friends £20, guests £25
For further information, please contact Freya Jones at firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 07472 365 001.