Open Gardens - Bexhill on Sea
From: Tuesday, 13 June, 2017 at 10:30
Till: Tuesday, 13 June, 2017 at 16:00
199 Cooden Sea Road, TN39 4TR
Joey and Robert Mitchell
We are extremely grateful to be able to serve our delicious homebaked refreshments at Golf Lodge. The Front garden is pretty, bright and colourful whilst the sheltered back garden features a swimming pool, paved patio area and large lawn.
26 Winston Road
Clare and Ron Brazier
This garden has been maturing over the last 10 years after the owners completely cleared and replanted the garden. There are around 250 different species of trees, shrubs and perennials. It is a garden for relaxing in with seven seating areas and four water features.
Birchington Close, TN39 3TF
Sara and Paul Barker
Set in a quiet tree-lined crescent this mature garden is being carefully regenerated after some years of neglect. Specimen trees and shrubs have been planted, to add to existing woodland trees. A wildlife pond is bringing dragonflies, newts, and other species into the garden.
1 Ashcombe Drive
Liz and Richard Chown
This garden is very popular with visitors, whilst not particularly large there is so much to see and enjoy in this space. This really is a garden for all seasons and has been cleverly designed with many stunning and unusual plants and a small pond for the wildlife. The garden was featured as garden of the week in October 2013 in the publication garden news.
31 Cranston Avenue
Linda and Tim Murray
This garden has many recycled piece of interest along with sculptures and mosaics (designed by the owners), chickens, bees and a yurt!
New! - 24 Winston Drive
Eileen & Keith Osborne
After moving here 12 years ago the owners have made several changes to the layout of the garden. They are always adding more perennials and shrubs to help keep it low maintenance. With two patio areas and an arbour this garden is perfect to relax in sun or shade.
3 Withyham Road, TN39 3BD
June and Russell Edmunds
This lovely garden features several herbaceous borders, a secret garden, rockery and unusual acers. There is also a small wildlife pond and a small area of woodland. This garden also hosts an interesting Stanton type air raid shelter which will be open to visitors on the day.
Collington Lane East (opposite no 70) Bexhill on Sea, TN39 3RJ
This informal garden surrounds the house and was developed by the present owners. Its borders are densely planted with a wide variety of shrubs and herbaceous plants, and it has several differently themed nooks and seating areas. Over the years the garden has matured as has the owner, and whilst maintaining its original charm, has simplified itself.
66 Cranston Avenue
A large town garden which has some unusual features including a seaside area complete with its own pirate shop! There is a walled area with ponds for wildlife, a good place to relax. Also a lawned area with various beds, a vegetable plot and a small wildflower area.
Wheelchair access: Limited
Guide dogs: Yes
Refreshments: Yes - Golf Lodge
Parking: Public roads
Directions: From Hastings travel through Bexhill on A259, turn left at the mini roundabout in Little Common, Golf Lodge (refreshments) is located approximately 1.5miles on the left hand side opposite the entrance to the Cooden Beach Golf Course.
Please call Fundraising on 01424 456396 or email for more information on any of our Open Gardens