Somersham gardens

Explore three beautiful gardens, new for 2021!

Event_Newbrough Hall_Open Garden

04 May 2021 to 05 May 2021

Cambridgeshire

Entrance Fee:
£6 per adult for all three gardens, children under 12 go free
Times:
2.00pm - 5.00pm
Garden Owners:
Neil & Claire Callan, Mike (Rob) & Frances Robinson and Ray & Maria Garner

For all enquiries, please get in touch with Caroline Hudson by email at CHudson@redcross.org.uk or by phone on 01223 868684

Explore three beautiful gardens, new for 2021!

Woodcroft Garden

When walking around this lovely garden, you will come across so much more than flowers and plants. There are nooks and crannies to explore and several areas where you can sit and relax, enjoying the quietness which is only interrupted by the striking of the village church clock.

Parking in Church Street. WC available.

Horseshoe Farm garden

This three-quarter-acre farm was developed from rough ground 12 years ago. It has a large pond with summerhouse and decking over the water, a bog bed, alpine troughs, mixed rainbow island beds, over 40 varieties of bearded iris, water features, a small hazel woodland area, a vegetable garden, secret corners, a fairy walk and a lookout tower over wide Fenland views.

The garden is accessed by mainly uneven grass paths, not suitable for wheelchairs. The pond is 4 feet deep and the tower steps have a hand rail but are quite steep. There is no WC available. No dogs. Limited parking.

Twin Carns

This one-acre garden incorporates formal, themed and wildlife areas. It has two ponds, a rockery, a kitchen garden and greenhouses, a wildflower meadow, a long, herbaceous border and a topiary maze. A custom-made rustic oak treehouse, a veranda and a bridge finish off this beautiful scene. The garden has been featured on Gardeners’ World and ITV’s Love Your Garden as well as the following magazines: Gardeners’ World, Cambridgeshire Journal, Landscape (Launch Issue), Garden News (2011 and 2017) and Garden Answers.

Mostly wheelchair accessible, wonky stones (rockery), bridge, deep water.

Start at Woodcroft in Church Street and collect details and maps to visit the other two gardens. There will be a timed, ticketed system to visit Horseshoe Farm as there is limited parking there. Parking for Woodcroft and Twin Tarns is in Church Street.

Horseshoe Farm is approx. 4 miles away by car from Woodcroft. Teas at Woodcroft, 22 Church Street.

Address

22 Church Street,
Somersham,
PE28 3EG