Titchmarsh House garden opening on Monday 31st May for the National Garden Scheme
Please come and visit between 2.00 and 5.30 pm. The NGS is a charity collecting for a range of very worthwhile recipients, mainly involved with cancer and heart research and palliative care, with some help for retired gardeners (none comes here yet!).
We are at last getting some signs of Summer with the irises starting to give colour, the Deutzias at their best, tree peonies starting to go over but still a sight, Acers in flower: surprising how beautiful some of them are – not all just bark and Autumn colours.
Above all you will, we hope , find peace and relaxation in the range of foliage, greens, humming of bees and more birds year by year as the cover deepens in over 4 acres of continuous planting and care over the past 50 years!
The weather promises to be good, so a warm welcome to all of you who would like to support the NGS. Having had a blank year last year due to Covid we need lots of generous visitors, please.
Tickets at the gate are £5 per person, children under 16 free, (no booking needed) but no dogs, please. Wheelchair access possible: associated teas on the green in aid of the village shop.
Ewan and Jenny Harper