Jackie Hunt, Turn End’s gardener, describes her favourite buildings and gardens discovered during a recent visit to Seville.
Come and enjoy a rare visit of Turn End House and Garden on August Bank Holiday Monday - 27th August 2018 from 2.00pm-5.00pm and observe Peter Aldington's ethos of connecting house to garden; inside to outside.
The garden is open this Monday 7 May between 2.00 and 5.30pm as part of the National Gardens Scheme. Join us to enjoy late spring in the garden and help us raise funds for nursing and caring charities.
Turn End, a new 45 minute documentary film by award winning film director Murray Grigor and director of photography Hamid Shams, has just been released on DVD. Turn End tells the story of the creation of the group of three houses and garden and how their design reflects the unique features of the old English village, Haddenham village.
On 30 November 2017 Turn End's garden was listed on Historic England's Register of Parks and Gardens of Special Historic Interest.
Join us for an afternoon in the company of Richard Bisgrove, distinguished author and horticulturist, who will be giving a talk on ‘The Modern Garden’ and the modern garden. Saturday 10th September 15.30 – 18.30.
Turn End’s gardener, Jackie Hunt, enjoyed views across the garden and village when she recently climbed Turn End’s Giant Sequoia tree to measure its height.
This July, the Turn End Charitable Trust welcomes an exciting exhibition of outdoor sculptures. The exhibition is set within the tranquil setting of Turn End gardens. Visitors to the exhibition will see an enticing selection of traditional and contemporary artworks, all for sale, from local, national and international artists.
‘Sculpture in the Garden’ is spearheaded by Lendon Scantlebury. Lendon has curated hugely successful exhibitions including ‘Sculpture in the Vineyard’ at Bothy Vineyard in 2013 and the recent ’Art in Ardington’ village exhibition which attracted over 6000 visitors. Based in Wantage, Lendon has run his own bronze foundry and sculpture casting business for over 30 years, as well as undertaking sculpture restoration. The exhibition at Turn End is co-curated by Lindsay Waring, herself an accomplished sculptor.