Garden Open for the National Garden Scheme

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Explore the the sunny, dry garden or find some shade under the trees in the Spring garden, carpeted in purples and blues by bluebells, Brunnera and Honesty. Catch the last of our colourful tulips and enjoy the glorious blossom on our giant Horse Chestnut and pretty Japanese Cherry.

Enjoy home made teas and cakes in support of Christian Aid. The studios of book artist and printer Heather Hunter and award winning portrait photographer Paul Wilksinon will also be open to explore.

Home grown plants and books about Turn End for sale.

Over the past 5 years the garden has raised over £6000 for the National Garden Scheme, who support nursing and caring charities. Around 3,700 gardens open each year in the UK for the NGS. Last year the NGS gave £3.1 million to the charities it supports including Marie Curie, Macmillan Cancer Support, Hospice UK, Parksinon's UK, Carer's Trust, Queen's Nursing Institute, MS Society, Leonard Cheshire, Horatio's Garden, Perennial and Maggie's Centres.

TICKETS (on the gate): Adults £4.50, children free. Cash or cheque only please.

PARKING: Turn End is located on a narrow, residential road. Please park at a distance on wider streets and avoiding our neighbours driveways. Thank you!