Cumberland House is one of two beautiful gardens opening in aid of NGS charities in July (20th/23rd)
Cumberland House charity open garden
A Georgian village house (not open), next to the C12 church with a beautiful, mature, ¾ acre English country garden comprising a walled garden laid out as a series of rooms with well-stocked flower beds, two rare ginkgo trees and yew topiary, leading to an informal garden with vegetable, herb and fruit areas, pleached limes and a lawn shaded by a copper beech tree.
Cumberland House is open for the National Garden Scheme Thur 20, Sun 23 July (2-5.30). Cumberland House opens with another garden Thakeham Place Farm. Combined admission for both gardens £8, children free. Home-made teas at Thakeham Place Farm.
Refreshments in aid of Revitalise – Respite Holidays for Disabled People & Carers. Wheelchair access through gate at right-hand side of house.
For more information on the work of the National Garden Scheme, to find other gardens open in the area or to enquire about opening your own garden visit https://ngs.org.uk