Open Gardens - Northiam
From: Tuesday, 20 June, 2017 at 10:30
Till: Tuesday, 20 June, 2017 at 16:00
Hastings Road, TN31 6NH
Jane and David Pennock
This splendid rectory garden had been expertly designed by Julia Fogg and Anny Evason to provide shape and colour form spring through to autumn. There are many beautiful roses which in June will be at their best. The formal fish pond contrasts with the wildlife pond in the paddock. There are many established specimen trees and a vegetable garden.
Doucegrove Lane, TN31 6JQ
Della and Andrew Weight
This lovely mature 2.5 acre garden is laid out in a series of formal and informal areas including a sunken rose garden, small orchard and well-stocked flower beds and lawns. Two natual Wealdon ponds are home to ducks and geese and there are many mature specimen trees to identify.
Wheelchair Access: Glebe House – no, Doucegrove - limited
Guide Dogs: Yes
Parking: Glebe House – Frewen College Cricket field (short walk from Garden), Doucegrove Farm – Field ahead of property
How to get there: Doucegrove Farm: From Hastings take the A28 to Northiam, turn right into Rocks Hill and follow the Open Garden Signage. Glebe House: Continue on the A28 follow the Open Garden signs. If heading From Hastings the car park will be before the garden, if travelling from the north you will pass the garden before reaching the car park.
Please call Fundraising on 01424 457959 or email for more information on any of our Open Gardens