Saddington Open Gardens
This event rested in 2017 so we don't have any recent event details. When we get updated information, we'll add it here, but in the meantime we include below event information from a previous year to remind you about the event.
Saddington, near Kibworth Beauchamp, Leicestershire
Saturday 23rd and Sunday 24th June 2012
11.00am to 5.00pm
The first ever Saddington Open Gardens event. Saddington is a small tranquil village set in outstanding countryside situated off A6 near Kibworth Beauchamp and Fleckney.
Approximately 14 gardens (never seen before) will be open for viewing - some small, some large - each with their own unique character and many with stunning views over the valleys and reservoir.
Relax and admire the peaceful surroundings whilst you enjoy a selection of refreshments (vegans are catered for) available at various locations within this picturesque, conservation village. The pub will also be open and serving food. There will be a variety of other fundraising events held over the 2 days including an art sale, stalls, plant sales, raffle and activities to keep children entertained.
For anyone who enjoys Flower arranging, we are holding a floral competition (entries will be displayed in St Helen's Church as part of the Open Gardens Event). Entry is free, but your interest must be registered by 16th June 2012.
Disabled access will be limited - not all gardens will be suitable for wheelchairs but all assistance will be given where possible. A FREE car park will available. Sorry, no dogs will be allowed in the gardens.
Sponsored by Glebe Garden Centre, Countesthorpe.
The aim of this event is to raise funding for St Helen's Church roof repairs. Local charities will also benefit from activities on the day.
Plant sales: Plants will be on sale
Cost: £3.00, accompanied children under 16 years free
How to get event passports: Tickets will be available at the car park or from any participating garden
Location: Leicestershire. Use Sat Nav postcode: LE8 0QA (please verify before travelling)
Please ... tell the organisers that you found them on the Open Gardens National Directory.