Sulby Grange Gardens

Thursday 18th June at 2pm.
Fee £8 (including refreshments)
Visit takes 2 hours.

Sulby Hall, a minor stately home, was demolished in the 1950’s and its garden left to become derelict. Now restored, the garden covers 12 acres comprising a
Victorian kitchen garden, orchard, 19th century ice house, nature reserve, woodland, ponds, stream and wild flower meadows. We begin with an introductory talk then a self guided tour of the garden with route map.

Refreshments are served from the conservatory and can be enjoyed in the Victorian Greenhouse. Visitors come at own risk and are recommended to wear stout
footwear.

Meet at the garden gate. Sulby near Welford NN6 6EZ.

Further information from Marguerite Stephenson on 01536 513986

 

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