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Capheaton Hall

Capheaton Hall has beautiful views over a magnificent park. Formal ponds sit south of the house, which has an 18th-century conservatory and a walk to a Georgian folly. The outstanding feature is the very productive walled garden, mixing colourful vegetables and espaliered fruit with annual and perennial flowering plants. The impressive greenhouses are filled with peaches, nectarines and figs.

Garden details

Date:02 Jul 2017

Opening times:

2pm-5pm

Entrance fees:

Adults: £4.00

Children: £0.00

Address:Capheaton Hall, Capheaton, Newcastle upon Tyne NE19 2AB

Directions:

From the south, turn left off the A696. Come into Capheaton Village and turn left down private road. From the north, turn right off the A696 signposted Capheaton.

Garden owner:Nrs Eliza Browne-Swinburne

Contact:Margaret Musgrave

Telephone:0191 273 7961 / 07843346159

Email:mmusgrave@redcross.org.uk

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Location Name: 55.11927, -1.940125. Zoom: 16
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    Capheaton Hall
    This garden came back on board in 2016 after a spell away, and its lovely to have them open again for the charity.
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  • Dogs allowed
  • Limited wheelchair access
  • Refreshments
  • Plant stall

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