British Red Cross: Open Gardens & Events 2010
02-May-2010 - 02-May-2010
Sunday 2nd May 2pm - 5.30pm: Uley, GL11 5SN (back for 2010) - wheelchair access, no dogs allowed, plant sales & teas
High House - by kind permission of Sue and Richard Powell
Views, Tree House and Alpacas
Orchard House - by kind permission of Janet & Mark Dacy
Spring interest with small stumpery, grass and pond gardens
The Walled Garden - by kind permission of Fiona & Marcus Harling
Family garden, substantially re landscaped and replanted over the last few years in conjunction with the building of a contemporary waterside 'eco' house. Parts are still work in progress.
Coombe House - by kind permission of Grizelda & David Vermont
Queen Anne House and gardens with views, lawns and kitchen garden.
Street Farm - by kind permission of Gillian & Hugh WhittakerParterre and topiary with a large emphasis on tulips and colour. New vegetable garden. Meadow.
Beech Barn - by kind permission of Paul & Lyn Martin
Newly designed with borders, pond, kitchen and secret gardens. Maximises space using reclaimed materials.
Rose Villa - by kind permission of David Valentin
1.3 acres with mature trees sloping up to Uley Bury and good views, spring bulbs and tree house.
Lampern Cottage - by kind permission of Kate & Andrew Longstaff
Part walled garden created during the last 4 years with knot garden, potager, moongate pond and a wide variety of plants.
Angeston Grange - by kind permission of Juliet & Ben Browne
Beautiful setting and views with herbaceous woodland and vegetable gardens. Children's treasure hunt and teas. Teas in village hall at top of village.
£4 adult, accompanied children free. From Dursley travel south on A4135. In Bull Pitch take Uley road (B4066) to Uley.