Faversham Open Gardens and Garden Market
This event ran in 2017 but we don't yet have this year's details. When we get them, we'll add them, but in the meantime we include below event information from last year to remind you about the event.
Sunday 25th June 2017
10.00am to 5.00pm (market to 4.00pm)
Faversham has some 500 handsome listed buildings dating back to medieval, Elizabethan and Georgian times.
The largest Open Gardens in the south-east, a variety of private gardens will be opening including sculpture, wildlife, waterside, walled, courtyard, formal and urban meadow along with a variety of community, charity and allotment gardens. Many of the gardens will be serving teas and several will have a children's competition. They are all within walking distance of the town's attractive central conservation area and Market Place and the brochure ticket contains a well designed map.
In the central Market Place will be a popular garden market where a large number of stalls will be selling plants, food, gardenalia and other garden related items.
All proceeds to the Faversham Society.
Plant sales: There will be plants for sale.
Cost: £6.00 per adult (£10.00 for two) which covers all gardens.
How to get event passports: Tickets available in advance from end of May from the Fleur de Lis Heritage Centre, Preston Street, and on the day from our Market stall in Market Place.
Contact the organisers: Email:
Directions: Faversham is just over an hour by train from London's St Pancras and Victoria Stations, and is conveniently situated just off Junction 6 of the M2. There is plenty of on-street town centre parking along with several convenient car parks.
Location: Kent. Use Sat Nav postcode: ME13 8NS (please verify before travelling)
Please ... tell the organisers that you found them on the Open Gardens National Directory.