Open Garden in aid of Leinthall Earls Church
Gatley Park is a secluded former hunting lodge dating back to the 16th century.
The garden, rarely open to the public, is enclosed on the North side by a wall and a fine double yew alley. The long borders are generously planted to ensure multi-seasonal interest. To the south falling terraces contain box parterres and knot gardens descending to a 150ft white border looking across to woodlands opposite. There is a folly in the shape of a Chinese pagoda and wonderful views towards Hay Bluff.
No need to prebook.
One way system and social distancing will be in place.
Tea & coffee and a cake stall available on the day.
Plenty of parking.
Limited wheelchair access (gravel paths).
Assistance dogs only.
For more information contact 01568 708255 or email email@example.com
Fees & Tickets
No need to book in advance