This one acre kitchen garden from a bygone age was completely overgrown when it was rediscovered in 1996. It has been lovingly revived by dedicated volunteers and was officially opened in 2010. It now features many aspects of gardening with an attractive Victorian style glasshouse, apple tunnel, fruit and vegetable beds and a herb garden, along with colourful flowing borders that showcase dainty Salvia and spectacular Dahlia beds …. all of which continue to be maintained by volunteers. Interpretation boards relate the history of the garden, which is also an exceptional venue for organised courses, group bookings or special occasions.
Our last opening is Sunday 31st October. We will have a stall at Ramsey Rural Museum Food Fayre on Sunday 21st November.