By kind permission of Lord and Lady Heseltine
Autumn colours should be at their best for a rare chance to visit this wonderful garden and arboretum, featuring a collection of about 3,000 different trees and shrubs, together with extensive herbaceous borders, water gardens, an alpine trough garden, rose garden, sculpture garden and a rill.
The medieval fish ponds, their interconnecting canal and existing lake have been restored with two new ones being added.
An 18th-century avenue of mature yews has been cleared of self-seeded shrubs and saplings, returning it to its former grandeur.
Quite a bit of walking so sensible footwear suggested.
Refreshments (at extra cost in aid of the Church) available in the Church Barn.
Friends £20, guests £25
For further information, please contact Freya Jones at email@example.com or telephone 07472 365 001