The 1930’s house looks west over a long lawn, bounded by a south-facing stone wall with a perennial border and on the south, an evergreen hedge. Close to the house, a small pergola looks onto the first part, grass with wild flowers on each side. This is bounded by wisteria swags and climbing roses, with the productive garden beyond. Here are raised beds, soft fruit, and fruit trees. The lawn gives way to a rose bed, and an area designed for colour and wildlife all summer and autumn. Here too is a composting area. This is a garden where you can run around, and if you come across anyone playing hide-and-seek, why not join their game?
Admission: By donation – this gives entry to all the group gardens
Parking: On nearby roads
Refreshments: At 14, Leighdene Close
Wheelchair access: Limited