Hessle West Open Gardens

This event is resting for 2020
Sorry, but Hessle West Open Gardens isn't running this year. We'll keep you posted about next year's event details when they are known, but in the meantime we include below details from a previous year to remind you about the event

 approx 15 gardens open Hessle, near Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire
Sorry - this 2020 event has had to be CANCELLED
11.00am to 5.00pm

Photos during lockdown
As we have been unable to open in May, we are adding photos of our gardens to our Facebook page. Please see the link below.


Hessle is a small town next to the North end of the Humber Bridge.

Our policy is to welcome all types of garden and gardeners. They range from the mature Edwardian to the small modern garden, with examples of family-centred plots and a sprinkling of the wild and quirky.

As our gardens are widely spread, we provide a free minibus service, taking about 20 minutes to complete the circular route. This is marked on the map/ticket.

Refreshments are scattered plentifully as indicated on the map/ticket. Feel free to sit on our garden seats and enjoy drinks, cakes, or a ploughman's lunch, or bring your own picnic. Well-behaved dogs on leads welcome.

Half the proceeds to Dove House Hospice and the remainder to various local charities.

Plant sales:  Plant sales at several gardens.

Cost:  4.00 adults, accompanied children free.

How to get event passports:  Map/tickets can be bought at any garden displaying a "Garden Open" notice and balloons. A draft map can be obtained as a PDF via our email, available from two weeks before the opening date.

Contact the organisers:  Phone: 01482 640 558 or 01482 640 403  Email:
Web: https://www.facebook.com/Hessle-West-Open-Gardens-102703361420558/

Directions:  From A63, take slip road for Hessle. The gardens are to the East of the Humber Bridge (aim for Davenport Avenue via Ferriby Road and Woodfield Lane).

Location:  Yorkshire.  Use Sat Nav postcode: HU13 0RW (please verify before travelling)

Please ... tell the organisers that you found them on the Open Gardens National Directory.